Watch This Boston Bro Totally Lose His Shit Over a Weird Fish


This is what happens when a guy from Malden, Mass., sees a weird-looking fish in Boston Harbor, and decides to record his reaction, bro.

“I don’t know, man. I went nuts. We didn’t know what the hell it was,” Michael Bergin told the Boston Globe. “It was scaring me to death, it was like a dinosaur. It was so … ugly.”

H/t to Business Insider’s Facebook page (features some NSFW salty Boston language):

 

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Posted by Michael Bergin on Thursday, September 17, 2015

By the way, it’s an ocean sunfish, which, to be fair, looks pretty damn weird:

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It’s a strong contender for the new Double Rainbow:

Happy Wednesday.

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