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California Shark Attack: Super Disturbing Video Surfaces Of People Fishing For The Great White Shark LAUGHING At The Victim
This is NOT OKAY. This is seriously just NOT.OKAY.AT.ALL.
How can people be so carelessly cruel?
We reported earlier about the terrible great white shark attack that happened in Manhattan Beach, California which was thought to be caused by a fisherman snagging it on their line.
Which, side note, fishing for great white sharks is ILLEGAL in CA.
Well, the extremely disturbing video shows the attack while it happens (but it is VERY far away so it's not graphic, per say) but it shows a disgusting side of
Fireworks Are Exciting And All, But You Didn't Get Attacked By A Great White Shark Like THIS Guy Did! Spoiler: He Survived!
Talk about having the WORST July 5th ever!
Steven Robles THOUGHT he was gonna have a normal morning when he decided to go for a long distance swim with 14 of his friends in Manhattan Beach, California, but the fates were not favoring him that morning!
While nearing the end of the 50-year-old's swim from Hermosa Beach to Manhattan Beach (around 9:30 a.m.) Steven was around the MB pier when the SEVEN FOOT GREAT WHITE SHARK decided to attack him!
Even though the person doing the rubbing is a professional - we still felt a wee bit uncomfortable watching this.
But this YouTube video didn't end with any blood… just a lot of lovin' from a scary as fuzz shark!
When it comes to intentionally awful, sci-fi B-movies, the people have spoken: Sharknado was the greatest motion picture to grace the Syfy channel in a long time.
And now we have more wonderful news:
Sharknado 3 is green lit! Which is kinda nuts since Sharknado 2 isn't even out yet!!
Speaking of Sharknado 2, a certain sexy someone is making a cameo… someone of the blogger variety… whose name rhymes with Shmerez Milton… LOLz!
The internet has gone Sharknado crazy! Cause really, what's better than a
Shark Follows Man Swimming Across The Ocean! You'll Never Guess Who Came To His Rescue! Check Out The Video HERE!
Adam Walker, a British long-distance swimmer, is fighting for a great cause.
He's swimming to raise money for the nonprofit Whale and Dolphin Conservation. Adam is doing the Ocean's Seven, a global challenge made of seven long-distance swims.
While on the Cook Strait swim, a 16-mile journey across open water in New Zealand, he spotted something pretty alarming: