Shark at aquarium cracks glass to charge at visitor in museum

Written by Neha Monga
October 26, 2017  

How would you react if a shark were to charge at you on your trip to a museum, and in its bid to attack you, it cracks the aquarium glass? Sounds scary, isn’t it. This is exactly what happened at the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C., US. Gregory Heinzman touched an aquarium glass that read, “touch at your own risk” and a shark charged right at him and even cracked the glass.

The video which was recorded by Casey Peck has surfaced online and has people laughing out loud.

The shark exhibit at the museum is a well-known troll and has already fooled many people before Mr. Heinzman. Every time someone touches the aquarium glass, a fake shark seems to ferociously charge at the person, cracking the glass at contact.

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The hilarious video which was shared on Facebook has received over 7.6 million views and 290,000 shares since it was shared on October 23.

Watch the viral video here:

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