【天罰】ビキニ美女がビーチで・・・ 美女もブチ切れ、一体なにが!?


水着姿の女性たちにがビーチでちょっとした悪ふざけ...のつもりが、地味に痛い目に遭ってしまった動画が「マヌケすぎる」と話題だ。


浜辺ではしゃぐ2人のビキニ女性。うち1人がなぜか"ナマズ"を手に持ち、逃げ惑う女性の太ももをピシャリと叩いて爆笑していたところ、突然女性が「キャッ」と叫び声をあげた。どうやらナマズのトゲらしきものが太ももに刺さったらしく、そのまま抜けなくなってしまったのだ。

まさかの展開に、最初はヒステリカルに爆笑する撮影者や周りの人々。だが当の彼女は「ビョーキになっちゃう!」「フザけんじゃないわよ!」と怒り心頭だ。

さらに、通りすがりの男性が様子を見るものの、これといった解決法も見つからず...。さすがに「これはマズい」と思いはじめたのか撮影者も「大丈夫よ」と慰めるが、どう見ても大丈夫ではなさそうだ。

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-idyszaTFks


<ナショナルジオグラフィック>によると、ナマズは自分よりも大きな存在から脅威を感じたことで、普段は折り畳まれているとげが出て、相手を刺すという。映像から正確な判断は難しいが、このケースも考えられそうだ。

ともあれ、この大騒ぎ映像を見た人々からは、

「この場合、ヒレの部分を切ってすぐに病院に行った方がいい」
「ナマズ? サメじゃないの?」
「で、彼女は結局どうなったの?」
「マヌケすぎるよ...」
「使う魚を間違えたな」

と呆れ気味のコメントが。その後の展開が不明なのでどうにもモヤモヤするが、大事に至らずに済んだことを願うばかりだ。

【参照リンク】
・How the Heck Do You Get A Catfish Stuck In Your Leg?
http://www.break.com/video/how-the-heck-do-you-get-a-catfish-stuck-in-your-leg-2746923
・ニュース - 動物 - ナマズの半数が有毒種と判明 - ナショナルジオグラフィック 公式日本語サイト(ナショジオ)
http://www.nationalgeographic.co.jp/news/news_article.php?file_id=96529545 

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