Don’t piss off Aquaman, Poseidon, Davey Jones, Mother Nature or the moon. Forget sharks, they’re nothing. No, the real wrath of the sea is the sea itself as evidenced by this pants-soiling video of a massive 100-foot wave crashing over the bow of a ship during a terrifying storm. This is some Wolf of Wall Street “GET THE LUUUUDDDDDDEEEEES!” ish right here.
The footage was captured in the North Sea from one of the upper decks and it shows the monster wave rising ominously like Zeus standing from his throne before breaking over the front. Had the ship been any smaller, we’d be fishing out scrap metal. Check it out.
Are you s—-ing me?!
While myself and most rationally minded individuals would be cowering in fear, the man behind the camera can be heard laughing maniacally because he obviously does not fear death.
“That’s f—ing awesome!” he exclaims as only the homicidally inclined can.
So far, the video has been viewed nearly 5.5 million times and drawn a heavy storm of reaction.
“I’m in the Navy, and I would s— my pants if I saw that,” one user commented. We totally agree.
“Can you imagine being a sailor back in the day of wooden ships and something like this shows up?” another commented. No, no we can’t. We try to leave the comforts of Air Conditioning and WiFi as infrequently as possible.
The North Sea is part of the Atlantic Ocean and is located between the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and France. It’s also a place I will literally never vacation to.
Don’t tempt Aquaman, ya’ll.