Hawaii Man Punches Shark in Face, ‘I’m Not Gonna Die Today’ - ABC News
(Image Credit: Courtesy of the Holley Family) Joshua Holley, 28, was surfing at his favorite spot off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii’s North Shore, when he felt a push on the left side of his body. “I looked to my left and I saw this really big dorsal fin,” Holley said. “I got this popping sensation in my foot, I didn’t feel the pain I guess…
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