saltysenior wrote: »
Funny part is that many sharks have been ''neutralized'' by dragging them behind a boat . this has gone on for years W/ nothing said...the trouble this guy made for himself was filming the occasion .....he also was going much faster than usual..
Kokosing Lover wrote: »
Apples and oranges. Drowning a shark by dragging it backwards at 3 knots is very different from skipping a shark through the wake at 30+ knots while cackling with glee. One is a practical way to safely dispatch a shark before bringing it into the boat, and the other is clear evidence of a sociopath lacking in any form of empathy.
Road dragging the shark is probably not even illegal, but the bigger picture that everyone is viscerally reacting to is the obvious pleasure the guy is deriving from the suffering of a helpless animal. It is a symptom of the sort of psychology found in serial killers and other sociopaths, as some have already pointed out. That's what we're all reacting to.
crghss wrote: »
saying? So you support this? Nice
ANUMBER1 wrote: »
No, I support the cage match.
I will offer this, these yahoos behavior while not illegal will most likely result in some type of orneriness law shoved up our ****.
duckmanJR wrote: »
I have not seen anything that is illegal per state statute..... I concur with anumber1...We will be *GETTING* state statutes.