Friday, September 29, 2017

Dive guide repeatedly punches shark and drags other by its tail in front...

I will do everything I can to regularly tell people, divers, and tourists interested in the Bahamas to avoid Stuart Cove until that man is put in prison...!!!

VIDEO: Angry diving guide repeatedly PUNCHES shark and drags another by its tail in front of horrified tourists in Bahamas

A witness claimed the guide told onlookers he was demanding 'fucking respect' from the gentle sharks after the incident was captured on underwater footage



Feed this guy to the sharks...!!!

Scuba diving allows divers to connect with marine ecosystems in a peaceful and respectful manner. Those who engage in underwater diving are guests in the homes of various marine life. And if you were visiting someone’s home, you wouldn’t punch them in the face, right? Apparently, this dive guide in the Bahamas would.

In the video above, the hostile guide notices a group of nurse sharks trying to eat from a bait box that he’d failed to close properly. He approaches the fish and can be seen viciously punching one shark multiple times. Later on, he appears to throw a different shark out of the way and pull another by the tail. Dive participants look on in horror as he continues to punish the gentle sharks for his own mistake.

The horrifying incident was caught on camera by Nicholas Jones, one of the dive participants. According to one witness, the guide later said that “he was demanding ‘fucking respect’ from the gentle sharks,” although onlookers seemed unimpressed. Jones told the Daily Mirror that “the guide did not lock the bait box properly twice and proceeded to punish the sharks for their innate ability and natural reaction to accessible food on a shark-feeding dive.”

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1 comment:

JCA Elite Scuba Blog said...

Please consider not visiting Stuart Cove in the Bahamas. They have been around long enough that this kind of thing happening cannot be an isolated incident.

Thank you,

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