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Woman calls 911 after finding a decapitated dead body on a beach, but it is a mannequin

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Volunteers call 911 after finding what they believed was a decapitated body while doing a beach clean up in Florida – but it was actually a MANNEQUIN

  • An Ocean Hour beach clean up volunteer, walking along the Perdido Key near Pensacola, Florida, was horrified to have found a decapitated body
  • A different volunteer also saw the visual and decided to call 911 
  • The two volunteers later realized, to their relief, that the figure was a mannequin 

By Matthew Wright For Dailymail.com

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A woman walking along the Perdido Key near Pensacola, Florida, was left in a state of shock when she came upon what she believed was a decapitated body. 

Ocean Hour, a non-profit organization that cleans beaches and waterways, posted that the volunteer and another were so spooked by the encounter that they decided to call 911. 

Thankfully, it turned out that the weird object was actually a mannequin that had washed up on shore. 

An Ocean Hour beach clean up volunteer walking along the Perdido Key near Pensacola, Florida, thought she found a decapitated body

The mannequin is completely covered in barnacles, seaweed and all types of underwater creepies. 

‘How long has she been out in the water collecting barnacles and sealife,’ the non-profit wondered. ‘Way too long! We are glad it wasn’t a real body!’

People in the comments speculated what the mannequin could have come from, with some speculating it came from a Hard Rock hotel that was hit in Hurricane Katrina. 

Others could not believe how life-like the mannequin looked. 

A different volunteer also saw the visual and decided to call 911

The two volunteers soon realized that the figure was a mannequin

The mannequin is completely covered in barnacles, seaweed and all types of underwater creepies

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