Residents in Florida are terrified by their new neighbour - a huge bull shark spotted swimming close to their waterfront home.
The nine-foot shark was filmed swimming close to the edge of their lawn and just metres from their garden seating.
The footage was shot in Bonita Springs.
Speaking to NBC-2, angry residents blame fishermen who are throwing bait into the water, causing the sharks to return.
Now they are asking the city to get involved and ban fishing, making it a swimming only area.
Last month, a family caught footage of a large shark right at the shoreline of Bonita Beach.
They were cooling off in the sea when they spotted what they first thought was a dolphin.
They soon realised it was actually a rather big shark and jumped out of the water immediately.
Kristy Storm, who was visiting Bonita Beach with her family, said: "That is a big shark.
"I would not want to be out there and that is why I don't go out there; I visit from the chair."
Over just two weeks, a boat captain with Bonita Springs Fishing said he had seen dozens of sharks in the water, and had caught and released around 10 that were 5ft to 7ft long.