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Newlywed fought off large barracuda whereas on honeymoon after it began biting on his PENIS

Newlywed fought off giant barracuda while on honeymoon after it started biting on his PENIS


A NEWLYWED fought off a large barracuda on his honeymoon — after it began chomping on his deal with.

Jayme Bryla, 39, was snorkelling alone at an eco-waterpark close to Cancun, Mexico.

Jayme Bryla was snorkelling alone when a barracuda began chomping on his deal with
Jayme was on his honeymoon with wife Magda in Cancun, Mexico
Jayme was on his honeymoon with spouse Magda in Cancun, Mexico

A giant barracuda started thrashing on Jaymes shorts
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An enormous barracuda began thrashing on Jayme’s shorts and managed to attract blood[/caption]

He mentioned: “It was magical snorkelling surrounded by vibrant fish.

“I had swum via a college of fairly large sergeant main fish when the water turned eerily empty.

“It was darkish, God is aware of how deep, and I used to be fairly removed from land. Then I noticed to my proper a pale fish, 3ft or 4ft lengthy.

“I used to be pondering that was fairly cool once I felt one thing tug on my undercarriage.

“I ducked my head right down to look and there it was, thrashing away on my shorts.”

Jayme, from London, who writes headlines for The Solar, swam as exhausting as he might and managed to shake it off.

He mentioned: “Adrenaline kicked in so I didn’t really feel ache.

Sun man Jayme swam as hard as he could and managed to shake the barracuda off
Solar man Jayme swam as exhausting as he might and managed to shake the barracuda off


“Later I felt a pointy stinging sensation. The barracuda had drawn blood and left raking enamel marks on the top of my John Thomas.”

Jayme and spouse Magda, 36, a nanny, wed final August and went away this month.

He added: “I advised her the beast in all probability mistook the contents of my shorts for a rival barracuda. She simply laughed.”


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