A surfer's wife is asking beach-goers for help after her husband lost his prosthetic eye while surfing in Florida earlier this week.
Raymond Davidson was enjoying a fun-filled Thursday riding waves at Dayton Beach when he wiped out while gliding on some especially choppy water.
When he emerged from the ocean, he discovered that his fake eye had been knocked out.
The wife of a surfer took to social media this week to asks beach-goers to keep a lookout for her husband's missing eye
'It would be amazing to find it in the ocean,' Davidson's wife, Carolyn Pandolfi, told WKMG Orlando.
Pandolfi, who refused to be interviewed on camera along with her husband, said that Davidson has had the prosthetic for over two decades after losing his eye in a work accident.
Pandolfi, who goes by Serenity Wilson on Facebook, later posted a plea for help on the social media site, stating: 'My husband was out surfing today as most are.
Carolyn Pandolfi (pictured) says her husband Raymond Davidson lost his prosthetic eye while surfing on Thursday in Florida
'He has a prosthetic eye and it fell out. Yes we are laughing about this too. It is a hazel green color and looks like and Eye he was surfing in front of the band shell.'
'These things are expensive so if someone finds it can you please message me. Thank you!' she added.
Beach visitors seemed empathetic to Davidson's predicament, telling the news station that they'll try to contribute in any way they can.
'People lose a lot of things, you know,' one beach-goer said. 'This just happens to be more important.'
'I don't know if my metal detector picks up eyeballs. I didn't have any luck finding those,' another said.
One person was even kind enough to start a GoFundMe page for Davidson, with the goal of raising $1,800 for a new prosthetic, which is the cost for a new eye.
'If everybody sends in a little bit, if they can afford it, it turns out to be a lot,' said Pandolfi.
Davidson, according to WKMG, has an appointment with his doctor on October 6 at the Eye Center in St. Augustine.
Beach visitors seemed empathetic to Davidson's predicament, with one setting up a GoFundMe page to pay for a new eye