We're all gonna die someday. Just you wait. Perhaps you'll die with dignity and you'll be missed; maybe not. If a bobcat came into your water bed and yanked you straight from your happy life into the depths of hell, that would be an okay way to die. A death with purpose.
While wistfully staring out at the ocean in Vero Beach, Fla. on Monday evening, John Bailey, a man who will surely die someday, too, saw what looked like a bobcat pulling a huge fish from the ocean. He photographed the scene and sent it to Local10.com, who would have you believe that the fish was in fact a shark:
The photographer said he noticed the bobcat staring at a shark in the water that was feeding on a smaller fish. The bobcat then leaped into the ocean, caught the shark and dragged it onto the beach.
"Initially, it was pretty quick," Bailey said. "Spotted it, pulled it up (and) the shark floundered for a while."
The bobcat eventually ran off, dropping its fish on the sand to suffocate. While the large fish was maybe not a shark, it's probably dead now.