VIDEO: Shark eats man alive in horrifying attack

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A man was eaten alive by a shark Thursday while swimming near an Egyptian resort in the Red Sea as horrified bystanders looked on, according to video footage and reports.

In harrowing and graphic video footage, a man can be seen violently thrashing about in the water near the Egyptian city of Hurghada, disappearing under the surface multiple times before reemerging and appearing to scream for help. Moments later, an ominous fin appears beside him and the man gets dragged beneath the surface once more as bystanders scream in horror, the video shows.

“It happened in a second. Rescuers reacted very quickly. For some reason, I immediately felt that it was a shark. I immediately jumped up and started shouting: ‘Sharks, sharks! Save yourself!’ Nobody understood yet,” a witness told Russian media REN-TV, according to the New York Post.

According to the NY Post, a witness said, “It’s a terrible thing, the remains of this guy are over there. I’m shaking. Right in front of my eyes, the shark ate that guy. I think I need a drink. I feel really bad.”

Russia’s consul-general in Hurghada, Viktor Voropayev, told the country’s TASS news agency, “A Russian died as a result of the shark attack,” he said, identifying the victim as 23-year-old “V. Popov.”

According to reports, the shark was eventually captured and killed.

Alpha Fox tweeted the video and wrote Thursday, “Jaws was just a movie, right? Tourists visiting the popular Egyptian resort of Hurghada [Africa] watched a man get eaten alive by a shark just feet away from a crowded beach.”

Warning: This video may be disturbing to viewers.

Twitter user OnlyBangers.eth posted, “Shark is hunted and brought to the shore after eating a man in Egypt”

Filmmaker James Glancy said, “Sad to the unnecessary killing of this Tiger Shark. We kill around 100 million sharks a year. They kill on average about 5 people a year.”

USA TODAY reported, “Ever wonder what to do if you meet a tiger shark in the ocean? A diver explains how you should act.”

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