CAGE CRAZIES

25 Mar

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THE ASYLUM: For the care of people, especially those with physical or mental impairments, who require organized supervision or assistance.

 

 

 TILL DEATH DO US PART
Johann Wagener 3-24-13

 

Playing with sharks in their turf is a sure fire way to to shorten your life span. 

 

But that doesn’t stop the “crazies” who crawl into cages and are dumped in the ocean, with a little bit of bait thrown around the cage for good measure just to get “up close and personal” with  a man (or woman) eating shark. What’s even crazier is that they pay for it! Go figure? 

 

The moment a great white shark got INSIDE a cage and almost ate a newlywed for dinner

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