There’s no bargaining with a shark. If it decides to bite you, it’s going to. If it decides you’re tasty enough to devour, it will relentlessly attack, hoping to be able to either kill or come away with a part of you for its meal. This is why I only go in pools. My own pool, too. Screw those public urine-filled ones.
KPCC reports that a swimmer was taken to the hospital after being bitten by a great white shark off the Manhattan Beach pier in California. Said swimmer was bitten and was treated by lifeguards and later taken to a local hospital.
Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Rick Flores told KPCC that he suffered “moderate bite wounds.” Conflicting reports say he was either bitten in his “upper torso” or on his thigh and hand. He is listed in stable condition.
The shark was hooked by a fisherman on the pier at about 9:30 a.m., and the fisherman struggled to reel in the 7-foot fish for up to 40 minutes. The shark was trying to free itself by biting the line when a group of long-distance swimmers, including the bite victim, swam by. In its agitated state, the shark ended up biting the swimmer. It should also be noted that fishing for sharks is illegal in California.
The entire incident was caught on video, and you can see it below. Here’s a hint to the pinhead chick swimming leisurely while being told to get the hell out of the water… If someone tells you there’s a shark in the water that has already bitten someone, you don’t ask, “How big is it?” You haul ass to land. Moron.
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