When life imitates art…
Jeff Crilly, a fisherman from Toms River, New Jersey, showed off this “Jaws” tattoo to NBC Philadelphia this week:
Why? Because “that’s accurately what happened to us,” he said.
Well, not exactly. He didn’t get eaten alive. But still…
Crilly, a maestro shark hunter, was with friends off Manasquan Inlet in New Jersey when he had a “once in a lifetime” knowledge — he came face to face with a good white shark estimated to be about 16 feet prolonged and 2,000 pounds.
Here’s a footage:
“This thing is outrageous and we all started going crazy. Never seen anything like this before,” Crilly told NBC after a shave went viral overnight. “We really were fearful of it entrance into a vessel some-more since it simply nosed a conduct adult past a china massage rail and it could’ve simply pushed a vessel down or worse, jumped in.”
Experts told NBC that Crilly’s brush with a good white, that has seen a race arise in a area, might have been a inspired mom about to give birth.
Shawn Langlois is an editor and author for MarketWatch in Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter @slangwise.
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