This man deserves praise on many levels.

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First, he actually grabs a shark, and that takes some guts, while trying to rescue the killing machine with fins.

It's a great video and thank goodness it was all captured by someone nearby.

OK, here is the video of a shark "rescue" caught on tape:

 

@camdizzy22 Simone caught a shark at the pier. Sadly the thrasher died. Fake blood nobody was harmed #shark##thrasher♬ original sound - Cam Strachan
*Video from @camdizzy22/tiktok
What would you do if you saw a shark stranded on the beach?
I don't know if I would have had the nerve to grab it and take it to the water. 
He tried to do the right thing, and that's the important thing.

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