OMG! Man Caught on Camera Dragging Shark Out of Sea to Pose for Photographs

Why? Selfies. FML

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We were still not completely over the horrifying incident in Argentina where a baby dolphin died because tourist were taking selfies with it, another shocking incident of such cruelty has taken place- this time in Florida. A man pulled out and dragged a shark from sea, to pose for photographs with it.   

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The incident took place at Palm Beach and this unidentified man was filmed by a WPTV journalist who later posted the video on Facebook. 

As you can see in the video, the shark kept floundering for life while the man posed for more than 30 seconds. It was finally released into the sea but the journalist said that it did not resurface for several minutes .

Image Credits: Ashleigh Walters/Facebook

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