Testical Eating Fish Found In New Jersey
Look out men, there’s a testicle-eating fish coming your way!
New Jersey guidos have a whole new terror to fear other than pasty skin, skinny bods and unclean clothes: a testicle eating fish. The Pacu fish is a powerfully-jawed fish native to New Guinea, where it is known for biting off the testicles of fisherman.
A 77-year-old man was fishing and caught a fish he didn't recognize with "human-like teeth." He took the strange amphibian to a local pet store, where they discovered it was a Pacu, nicknamed the "nutcracker fish." The fish usually eats tree nuts, but can mistake a human male's nuts for the same. Two men have allegedly died from blood loss after losing their family jewels.
So how did the fish end up in Jersey? Some people have kept the fish as pets and when they get bored, just dropped them off into local bodies of water. So watch out if you ever head to New Jersey, these fish can live up to 20 years.