There are no live sharks on display at the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C., but one of the museum’s more hilarious exhibits tricks onlookers into believing there are.
The exhibit is borderline cruel, with a TV screen that looks like the window of a shark tank bearing the warning: “Touch at Your Own Risk.” The ambiguity of the caution is intriguing to museum-goers who don’t know any better, as it hints that the sharks will respond when one touches the glass.
In fact, there is a shark response, although thankfully, it’s animated.
One curious museum visitor, Greg Heinzman, was enthralled with the aquarium exhibit, staring intently through what appears to be a clear glass window as the sharks swam about.
Watch the video below to find out what happened when the visitor ignored the warning and touched the glass.
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