Man uses piranha as scissors
A video of an Ecuadorian man using a piranha as a pair of scissors has gone viral on YouTube.
Taken in Cuyabeno Rainforest, Ecuador, the clip shows the man holding one of the deadly fish tightly in one hand.
As the fish flaps its tail, unable to escape, he slowly lowers a twig into its mouth full of sharp teeth.
The end of the stick is cut away in a flash, to the shock of onlookers heard gasping behind the camera.
The fish is seen continuing to snap its jaw even after the stick has been taken away.
what do you think?
Not terribly practical...
Could I have the end of my stick back please, I needed that bit!!!
Obviously, he doesn't do much internetting, playing a piano nor a guitar. Some experts, of course, claim that piranhas are safe and can't really bite anything. Experts seem to be on TV a lot saying all sorts of conflicting facts.
Do they come in left handed?
Mmmmmm think I'll stick to the old scissors thank you very much :(
Dhaud Babatunde Olowuntoyin
All is well!
Bloody cruel, poor thing!
I agree, but I bet you wouldn't be so sympathetic if it was eating your toe.
No,.....but I wouldn't be in a position where it would be! Lol!
i'd hate to visit the local barbers in this neck of the woods/////////////////////////////////
what else does he have on his tool rack? a swordfish for a saw? An eel as a tape measure? A hammer head shark to knock nails in with? crocodiles to clip documents together? a pilot fish as a workman's lamp? ... ok i`m out.
oh yes, mike, good point. and don't forget his garden shed which i bet is powered also by that electric eel///////////////
he'd have to empty out his scissors every now and again.... lol