NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – When a group of fishers reeled in a grouper earlier this week, a shark was already trying to make it a meal.
Jeff Martini, from North Myrtle Beach, posted a Facebook video of them prying the hungry shark off the grouper, and celebrating when they managed to “go the extra mile” for their seafood bistro.
“Give us our grouper back!” Martini yells as he hooks the shark and pries the fish from its mouth. “Ain’t no shark taking our fish!”
In the post, Martini says the shark swam away free after being deprived of the fish.
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What people saw Monday in Georgetown is something a lot of them will never see again.
Francis Marion University hosted a solar eclipse viewing event and opened its gates at the main athletic complex around 12 p.m. Monday ahead of the big event.
Conway police have responded to the CresCom Bank location Monday afternoon following an armed robbery, according to Conway Police Lt. Selena Small.
Beaches in Myrtle Beach didn't reach capacity like most south strand beaches, but they were full. Thousands flocked to the sand for an enjoyable day to view Monday's solar eclipse.
Hundreds of people packed Myrtle Beach State Park Monday afternoon to catch a glimpse of the Great American Eclipse.