People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has taken issue with NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus after the former player representative posted a video of himself wrestling with a shark.
Rosenhaus was with Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill, and when someone hooked a dusky shark, Rosenhaus jumped into the water wearing a snorkel mask and began grabbing its tail.
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While Rosenhaus’s decision drew mixed reviews on social media, PETA was not happy.
«Spending so much time with top athletes must make Drew Rosenhaus feel like he has something to prove,» PETA said in a statement to TMZ Sports.
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«Aquatic animals already suffer at the hands of fishermen who impale them, pull them out of the water and disembowel them or leave them to suffocate, so they don’t need a would-be male pulling their tails to get a few likes on Twitter..'»
Rosenhaus did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.
Late last week, PETA also called on FIFA to part ways with Budweiser as its official beer sponsor for the upcoming Women’s World Cup and the 2026 Men’s World Cup over its alleged treatment of the Budweiser Clydesdales.
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The group sent a letter to FIFA President Gianni Infantino. The president has yet to respond to the letter.