This falls under the category of don’t try this at home. Because really, no one should have a 7 foot shark at home anyways. But here is video of Elliot Sudal wrestling a shark to shore this past Sunday. According to boston.com:
It took 45 minutes for Elliot Sudal to wrestle the shark to shore. Sudal, a 24-year-old who moved to Massachusetts from Florida, said he had been a fisherman his whole life and was catching bluefish and bass before the sand shark took the bait. He and his friends snapped some photos, then pushed the shark back out into the water.Sudal said he suspected a shark presence when some of the fish he reeled in showed signs of bite marks.
What do you think? Crazy? Stupid? Unethical? All of the above? Tell us in the comments.
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