This Is Definitely Not What You Want To Happen When You’re Inspecting A Boat

                                                                                  

Here's how I feel about large bodies of water:

And here's how I feel about people willingly diving into large bodies of water for extended periods of time:

So you can imagine my concern when I came across this video that was shot back in 1991 by a few divers inspecting a damaged boat.

Of course, the boat went ahead and sustained damage on the hull instead of literally any other part, which meant that it had to be inspected from the water. "We made the assumption that if the ship was tied up, the bridge wouldn't turn on the [propellers]," one of the divers explained. "We were wrong."

Oh, honey bunches of NO.

<h3>I was about 80 percent over the ocean before I watched this video, and I've officially reached 100.</h3> <p>I'll stick to dry land. Thanks.</p> </div></div></div><p>Read more: <a href="http://www.viralnova.com/man-vs-propeller/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.viralnova.com/man-vs-propeller/</a>