Norman Plays Villain In Invasion Simulation

Greg Norman has been a bit outside his comfort zone in recent months. First, it was posing nude for ESPN The Magazine’s The Body Issue and this past weekend, it was posing as an active shooter in a home invasion exercise inside his soon-to-demolished Jupiter, Florida mansion. 

 
 

A privilege to let this great team from Jupiter Island Public Safety exercise a home invasion in my house before demolition next week. This crew does everything from active shooter, Fire and fire rescue and paramedics. Only three such Public Safety Department’s on the east coast of Florida. In this sequence I volunteered to be the bad guy (blue helmet) hiding in a room in the house. The police have no idea I am there or armed. I am carrying a Glock with simmunition ammo (yes they sting when hit hence the protective gear). Actual live fire took place when they encountered me. I can tell you this, I totally admire and respect any public safety person who actually puts their life at risk in real life scenarios. This was an exercise and it was an adrenaline filled rush. So a thank you to every public safety person worldwide who are there at a moments notice to protect any civilian. #respect #guts #admiration #honored

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“A privilege to let this great team from Jupiter Island Public Safety exercise a home invasion in my house before demolition next week,” Norman wrote on Instagram. “This crew does everything from active shooter, Fire and fire rescue and paramedics. Only three such Public Safety Departments on the east coast of Florida. In this sequence, I volunteered to be the bad guy (blue helmet) hiding in a room in the house. The police have no idea I am there or armed.

 

“I am carrying a Glock with simulation ammo (yes they sting when hit hence the protective gear). Actual live fire took place when they encountered me. I can tell you this, I totally admire and respect any public safety person who actually puts their life at risk in real life scenarios.

“This was an exercise and it was an adrenaline filled rush. So a thank you to every public safety person worldwide who are there at a moments notice to protect any civilian.”

Norman’s incredible $55 million compound was put on the market in early 2016. It is unclear from Norman’s post whether the home demolition is due to a new buyer or some other circumstance. 

 

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