Accompanying the group instructor Ben Johnson saw near the foot reef shark that was acting strangely, circling in one place. As he approached to get a closer look, the diver noticed that the shark's head sticking out of a knife, reports the Metro. I had the impression that the fish is asking for help, so Ben swam up to the shark on the top and carefully took the knife from the head of the animal.

According to the diver, the injured animal likely belonged to the species of sharks. These sharks are not dangerous to humans as they feed mainly on clams and corals.

Who stuck a knife in the head of the shark is unknown. Hunting for sharks in the Cayman Islands in 2015 is prohibited, offenders shall be punished with imprisonment for a term not exceeding four years and a fine up to 500 thousand dollars.