Jason Momoa drags Iceland fishermen into the spotlight
Even people who fear the ocean like I do have to acknowledge one basic fact: Sharks have an undeserved bad reputation. Most won’t come within 1,000 feet of a human being, and while they can be dangerous close-up, statistically speaking you’d have to fuck up quite a bit to end up face to face with a swarm of sharks by mistake.
Via Bored Panda Which is where these two assholes come in.You see, these men are Icelandic fishermen that thought it would be “fun” to cut the tail of a shark off and throw it back in the ocean. That’s an awful thing to do to an animal in any circumstance, but laughing while you do it AND uploading a video of that to the internet is not wise.
Via prideofgypsies IG Enter Jason Momoa, who found the clip, which went extra viral after the Aquaman himself got his hands on it. Not only because of his massive reach online, but because of the caption that accompanied the discovery.
“And there you are……it sucks to see that you are probably good men friends providers fathers but you fucking did this. Your life will forever change I have never in my life seen something so cruel. Your laugh makes me furious never have I wanted to hurt a human as much as I did when I heard your laugh and what u said. This will change you and hopefully you will save and protect I pray you find redemption. we all make mistakes but what u did was evil PURE EVIL. You will get what that shark got. FUCK YOU j”
First things first, if Jason fucking Momoa said the words “You will get what that shark got” and I was one of these fishermen, I’d probably go into hiding for about 50 years minimum.But these two men already have other problems they’re dealing with.
Via Bored Panda First off, the shark wasn’t just any shark. It was a Greenland shark. They are specifically known for being gentle, AND are the world’s longest living vertebrate species. In other words, they butchered living history for no reason whatsoever (and as a “bonus,” Greenland sharks are a “near threatened” species on the conservation scale).
Via Bored Panda If you’re going to be a shithead, do it with/on your own property. These fishermen were working on a commercial boat, the Bíldseyar SH 65, and suffice to say that they are no longer employed by the owners of the boat. A statement from the owners: We owners and shipowners Bíldseyar SH 65 disgrace and condemn the horrendous event that occurred in a video that accompanies DV’s news today… So far, we have tried to adopt good working practices and responsible handling of the resource and the environment in general. This event is completely unjustifiable and those who were there for work have no claim. We have no choice but to reject further work by people who demonstrate such behavior.
On top of that, they may have violated Iceland’s animal cruelty laws, but that’s hardly a given due to legal language and such (though, it sure sounds like the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority would at least like to try to investigate them).
One last thing.If you feel truly compelled to judge these assholes for yourselves, we’ve embedded the video of the incident at the end of this post. If you’ve read up to this point, this next part won’t seem necessary, but I will put this in here regardless:
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