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NENUE FISH COUGHS UP GOLD WATCH

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HONOLULU, HI – A Hawaiian resident picnicing on a beach caught a fish with a working watch in its belly!

Curt Carish was sitting on Port Allen beach on Wednesday, when he noticed the fish swimming oddly close to the shore. He used a bamboo stick to stun the 10-inch nenue fish. He then caught it by hand and placed it in his cooler.

Carish noticed the fish had an abnormally large stomach but thought nothing of it. However, when he opened up the cooler later, he found a gold watch sitting next to the fish’s mouth! Even more odd, the watch was still working.

Fishers often find strange items in the stomachs of marine creatures.

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In February, A British businessman had his cell phone returned to him – in working condition! – by a fisherman who found it in the belly of a cod.

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The Academy of Sciences put on display the contents of a tiger shark’s stomach, which included glass bottles, Spam and a license plate!

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Most disturbingly, human bones are sometimes found in sharks’ stomachs, such as this partially-digested human skull. In 1983, a bull shark was dissected and its stomach was found to contain five pounds of human flesh, including dismembered feet.

Beach season is upon us. Be careful out there!

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8 thoughts on “NENUE FISH COUGHS UP GOLD WATCH”

  1. I doubt the sharks ate an actual swimmer. More likely is the idea that a murderer placed dismembered parts or a whole body into the ocean in order to conceal his/her crime. As for the nenue fish…it's an interesting story. I admit that it's kind of neat that a gold watch was found and was still working, but the story has a darker/sad side too. It's heartbreaking to realize that our oceans are so horribly polluted. The watch was killing the fish. Otherwise this gentleman wouldn't have been able to "sneak" up on it and kill it, nor would it be swimming erratically and so close to shore. The fact that all these other items (bottles, Spam, cellphone) were found in other marine life is just sad. Plain and simple.

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    • sandy–you sound depressed (notice all the negativity & sadness) guess it's all about
      how you look at things. sorry, but hope you're fine. just an outside observation

  2. It cracks me up when people accuse me (yes I’m the one who clubbed the fish)of murder we ate the fish and the watch was a Timex Takes a beating and keeps on ticking

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