Sharks Are Drowning In Bad Publicity After Latest Surfing Encounter

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Sharks live in the ocean. Who knew?

They are scary. They are dangerous. They are predatory. Cue up the theme from "Jaws!"

Unfortunately, sharks have a bad marketing plan. They have no buddies giving them great reviews on Google as well as making connections through LinkedIn and Facebook, or fishy friends passing out their outstanding resumes.

Instead, they spend their lives fending off ambush media from all that "Shark Week" stuff and the Hollywood types. Thanks for nothing, Steven Spielberg! The media was at it again this weekend, churning up the waters of bad publicity after a shark made a beeline for surfer Mick Fanning during a competition in South Africa. Manning escaped unscathed, although you could feel that adrenaline rush in his interview minutes after the incident.

"I was just sitting there and I felt something just get stuck in my leg rope, and I was kicking trying to get it away," Fanning told Fox Sports.

"I just saw fins. I was waiting for the teeth."

Lucky man. Next time meet me down under, mate.

Beneath the surface. Scuba diving.

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Source : http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/os-mick-fanning-shark-george-diaz-0721-20150720-column.html

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