After jumping on the speed boat for a nap, the walrus shows off his short part.
The Arctic mammal is on a sea voyage to Wales, Cornwall, the French and Spanish coasts, and has now appeared in County Waterford, Ireland.
The finfish eater got into the motor boat and lay down to sleep in the sun.
Adam Collins of Clonaculty Distillery said: “Not to mention the shores of Clonaculty, what Walrus saw on the boat was truly amazing.
“We are used to seeing mink and humpback whales around us, but never walruses.
“Fortunately, no damage was done. We think he came this way only to test a mink gin and tonic.
Walruses usually live in the seas around the Arctic Circle and eat shellfish, crabs and shrimp.
Now a rescue organization is calling on him to help find a safe floating platform.
Seal Rescue Ireland, which works to protect seals, wrote on Twitter yesterday (Tuesday):
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