Man walks around Florida beach with a SHARK clamped to his arm after beast savaged him and refused to let go

A BIZARRE video shows the moment a man casually walks around a beach with a shark attached to his arm after the beast bit him and refused to let go.

The man can be seen attracting a crowd on Jensen Beach in Florida beach with small nursing shark, whose teeth are sunk into his arm.

In the video, stunned onlookers watch on as the man calmly holds the shark to avoid further injuries after he is thought to have been savaged while swimming.

A man can be heard saying: "if the shark is flipped, it will get dizzy and disoriented",forcing it to open its mouth.

But whenever the man makes an attempt to pull the shark away, it only bites down harder.

Other onlookers made fun of the situation by shouting, 'Shark lives matter', in reference to the Black Lives Matter movement.

According to the person who posted the video, the man had to be taken to the hospital in order for the shark to be removed and he is okay.

Nurse sharks are low-dwelling slow moving sharks who generally are harmless to humans but can show a ruthless side if bothered.

Facts about nursing sharks

  • They move slow and are bottom-dwellers.
  • They can grow up to 14 feet.
  • Known for their strong jaws.
  • If bothered or mistakenly stepped on, they could show ruthless aggression.
  • Main meals includes fish, shrimp and squid.
  • Found in warm waters.

According to CNN, Florida is the shark attack "capital" of the world.

The Yearly Worldwide Shark Attack Summary by the International Shark Attack File reports that Florida had the most unprovoked shark attacks in 2019.

There were 64 of such attacks with 21 being reported in Florida.

Last year, a shark bit three people in 24 hours at New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County.

In August a 22-year-old woman was bitten on the foot again at the New Smyrna Beach.

A week prior, an 11-year-old boy suffered non-life threatening injuries after he was also bitten on the foot by an unknown shark.

While worldwide shark attacks have declined in the past year, the number of fatalities have more than doubled last year's, at five, compared to 2 in the previous year.

Although shark attacks can lead to serious injuries and even death, they are rare and infrequent.

Sharks, however are under attack by humans with 100 million killed each year, according to an alarming study by researchers at Dalhousie University in Canada.

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