WTFLorida: Does this count as catching 21 sharks at once?

Just another day in WTFlorida news! This one hits even closer to home than yesterday’s WTFlorida post, as this bizarre incident takes place in the very same county in which I grew up, Sarasota County.. In fact, I’ve fished this very same pier (Venice pier) so many times hyperbole would do no use here, so let’s just say one-hundred bajillion times. Aren’t all we Floridians just the same?!? p = new anv_pl_def(); p.config = {}; p.config.width = 640; p.config.height = 360; p.loadVideoExpressV3(‘eyJ1cGxvYWRfaWQiOiJleHByZXNzLTE0MDAwMDg1MDMyMDUiLCJ2aWRlb190eXBlIjoiMSIsInNyY19pbWFnZV91cmwiOiJodHRwOi8vbWVkaWEyLndwdHYuY29tL3Bob3RvLzIwMTQvMDUvMTAvd3B0di1oYW1tZXJoZWFkLXB1cF8xMzk5NzI4NzEwNTMzXzQ1NzA3MjFfdmVyMS4wXzY0MF80ODAuanBnIiwiZGVmX3RpdGxlIjoiRmlzaGVybWVuIGRlbGl2ZXIgaGFtbWVyaGVhZCBzaGFyayBwdXBzIGluIFZlbmljZSwgRmxvcmlkYSIsInRpdGxlIjoiRmlzaGVybWVuIGRlbGl2ZXIgaGFtbWVyaGVhZCBzaGFyayBwdXBzIGluIFZlbmljZSwgRmxvcmlkYSIsImRlZl9kZWNzcmlwdGlvbiI6IiIsInB1Ymxpc2hlZF91cmxzIjpbeyJmb3JtYXQiOiJtcDQ7IiwiZW1iZWRfdXJsIjoiaHR0cDovL21lZGlhMi53cHR2LmNvbS92aWRlby92aWRlb19zdHVkaW8vMjAxNC8wNS8xMC9GaXNoZXJtZW5fZGVsaXZlcl9oYW1tZXJoZWFkX3NoYXJrX3B1cHNfXzE1OTMxMC5tcDQiLCJwcm90b2NvbCI6Im1wNDsiLCJjZG5fbmFtZSI6IkFrYW1haSIsImticHMiOjUwMH1dLCJjYXB0aW9ucyI6W3sibGFuZ3VhZ2UiOiJlbiIsImZvcm1hdCI6IkRGWFAiLCJ1cmwiOiJodHRwOi8vbWVkaWEyLndwdHYuY29tL3ZpZGVvL3ZpZGVvX3N0dWRpby8yMDE0LzA1LzEwL2NhcHRpb25zL0Zpc2hlcm1lbl9kZWxpdmVyX2hhbW1lcmhlYWRfc2hhcmtfcHVwc19fMTU5MzEwMDAwMC5kZnhwIn1dLCJ0c19wdWJsaXNoZWQiOiIyMDE0XzA1XzEwIn0=|1000011|SPS’);

Here’s mama shark…

So if you haven’t watched the #WTFlorida video above yet, the gist is this: some fishermen reeled in a 14ft Hammerhead to the shore, only to find it’d been attacked, and it was ALSO currently in the process of giving birth to twenty baby hammerhead pups.

This is just another day in the 941 if you ask me, but to some of you this may seem a bit out of the ordinary.

Naturally these upstanding outdoorsmen hopped in to the water and hand-delivered each baby pup, tail by tail, until the last future man-eater swam out to sea.

Unfortunately the mother did not survive the incident, but I think we can all take solace in the fact that her deadly offspring are now out swimming around in the Gulf, clinging tight to their first memory of a bunch of drunk fishermen killing their mother in front of their very eyes….

And just to show you that all we Floridians are insane, here’s a hammerhead shark I caught myself a few years ago…Not 12ft, came in just under 8, but it was a beast nonetheless…