What a catch! Fisherman discovers ATM at the bottom of a Florida retention pond

A fisherman in Florida made an unexpected catch when he discovered an ATM (pictured) machine at the bottom of a retention pond          
A 22-year-old man was fishing when he made the unexpected discovery on Friday
The empty gray ATM was covered in algae when it was recovered and appeared to have been open from the bottom, deputies said
It is not clear how long the cash machine had been under water and deputies said it had not been reported stolen

A fisherman in Florida made an unexpected catch when he discovered an ATM machine at the bottom of a retention pond.
A 22-year-old Palm Coast man was fishing when he found the cash machine submerged about one-foot under water in a pond near Royal Palms Parkway on Friday, The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported.
The empty gray ATM was covered in algae when it was recovered and appeared to have been open from the bottom, according to Flagler County Sheriff's deputies.

Deputies removed the machine from the pond, hauling it to an impound yard, and informed the company that manufactured it about the discovery.
It is not clear how long the cash machine had been under water and deputies said it had not been reported stolen.

At the time, the fisherman told deputies he fishes frequently at the pound and that water levels are normally not that low, according to Click Orlando.
He noted he had not seen the ATM in the pond prior to Friday's discovery.
Deputies are still investigating but so far have not been able to determine where the cash machine was taken from.
A 22-year-old Palm Coast man was fishing when he found the cash machine submerged about one-foot under water in a pond near Royal Palms Parkway on Friday. Authorities do not know where it came from