Man Gets Scared By Virtual Shark In Washington Museum

StoryfulPublished: October 25, 20171,245,091 views
Published: October 25, 2017

Despite their ill reputation, we can’t ignore the facts that sharks are a masterpiece. They have lithe bodies that are able to thread waters despite their weight. And if you think that they are slowed down by their built, think again. They are so fast that escaping them requires a certain amount of skill, and an enormous amount of luck. It’s only normal that we are afraid of them. This video, however, shows us a different view of sharks. They look mighty different when you aren’t in the way of danger.

User 'jefformandy' managed to capture this fleeting moment of absolute beauty of nature when coming back from work. Swimming in the crystal clear waters next to the shore of the Andersons Bay inlet in the city of Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand, is a magnificent blue shark. The visibility allows for a complete view of this gracious predator, and we can’t help but stare in awe. The shark is absolutely stunning.

Blue sharks are known for being the great migrators. Since they live in the depths of the oceans, they are on the constant lookout for cold waters. They can travel from South America to North England and back. This is why it is so unusual to see it so close to shore. Whatever may be the reason, we’re very delighted that we were given the chance to see its beauty.

What is in a prank? Would you like to scare someone pantless, make them squeal like a little girl and then kiss your friendship goodbye? Or you just want to embarrass them until they turn bright red and then kiss your friendship goodbye? You got to be careful with those things, because one wrongly calculated move can cost you plenty. If you do, however, plan the details of your prank properly and whip out your camera phone at the right moment, you might actually catch something hilarious happening and get some viral fame while you are at it. Just like these couple of friends did, much to the dismay of one of them.

Washington resident Casey Peck captured her friend Gregory Heinzman on video falling on the floor after being scared by a virtual shark that appeared on screen at the International Spy Museum on October 22.

The exhibit is located in an area of the museum dedicated to James bond villain Karl Stromberg. Beneath it, a sign warns visitors: “What would Stromberg’s world be like? Find out as you experience the residents in our virtual shark tank but be careful — you never know when one might attack!”

Casey said on her Facebook profile that she went into the exhibit room herself first and noticed the huge monitors with the animation video of the shark. “I noticed the sign above the screen and it says ‘touch at your own risk’ (that’s where I got the idea from for the title of the video),” she said. “I realized that the video meant to scare people so I brought Gregory to the room. I decide to tape Gregory’s reaction to the video. It was a perfect reaction that caused a viral.”

Peck knew that Heinzman is easily frightened and she took the opportunity to capture the moment. Watch as the shark scares the pants off this dude at the museum, it is a total troll.

If you haven't already seen it, there's a shark exhibit in the museum, which is terrifying those who are easily scared. The exhibit shows a screen that looks like an aquarium, with a sign reading "touch at your own risk" above it. When you touch the glass, it triggers a fake shark that then comes charging at the glass, cracking it when it makes contact!

People have been falling for this trick for years, but this dude's reaction may be the best one yet. Easily frightened Gregory taps on the glass and gets instantly scared by this fake 'shark attack'.

This fake museum exhibition is very real and it is no surprise that Gregory falls head over hills on the floor when he touches the glass, not knowing that it will trigger a fake shark that comes banging its head on the glass, fake cracking a hole on it. The man immediately screams and falls on the floor, with his hand holding his chests, startled with disbelief.

This is a very realistic prank, but it can be deadly for those who suffer heart problems, so it shouldn’t be displayed for everyone, or there should at least be some kind of warning!

Credit: Casey Peck via Storyful

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      BIllyK · 1 year ago

      Love it!!!