WATCH: Kayaker catches shark off north Norfolk coast - with his bare hands!
- Credit: YouTube
And you'll never guess what he does next...
A kayaker caught a shark off the north Norfolk coast with his bare hands.
And then he held his catch up to his face to admire the killer of the sea as it wrestles to escape.
The unnamed fisherman was captured in a clip uploaded to video-sharing website YouTube.
After baiting ten bass, the man is then seen casually lifting the baby shark out of the water for closer inspection.
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The two-minute video, entitled Kayak Fishing in Trimingham, was uploaded by Michelle Edgley seven months ago and has received more than 200 views.
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A Happisburgh builder was amazed when he caught one of the largest sharks ever recorded in British waters, measuring a staggering 9ft 2in.
Danny Fitch, 49, was on his first ever shark fishing trip when he caught the 242lb blue shark 20 miles off the coast of Wales
The fish is believed to be the biggest blue shark ever caught in Welsh waters and the second biggest ever caught in the UK.
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