400 UK nudists jump into to the sea hoping to prove that sharks don't like eating humans!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 20 June 2011

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Rhossili, Wales: 400 nudists in their "Birthday Suits" rushed into the freezing Irish Sea after hearing that the deadly White Tip Shark was searching for something to eat around the UK coast.

The nudists, mainly shark lovers and "Loonies" were desperate to prove to the world that the feared White Tip sharks are really not interested in human flesh, they are totally misunderstood and only attack surfers because they're complete idiots and don't deserve anything else.

The mass show of solidarity for the shark and the naked body was also in aid of a worthwhile cause called: "The free all flashers charity" in aid of flashers who are locked up in prison because they only had a desperate urge to undo their raincoats and show their pride and joy off to young girls or boys, whatever you prefer.

White Tip Sharks were actually seen off of the Rhossili beach in fact they seemed quite impressed by this mass demonstration of solidarity for their species and to show their appreciation attacked a couple of brain-damaged surfers, bit their surf-boards in half, chewed a couple of legs, spat them out and proved their supporters correct.

One female nudist actually admitted offering herself as bait, but the sharks rejected the offer because she had floating silicone boobs and that could poison them.

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