For those who view the world of international espionage with professionalism and gravity, the insinuation by Egyptian authorities a few weeks ago that the Mossad had employed a shark to terrorize tourists at Sharm el-Sheikh, a Red Sea coastal resort, was nothing short of ludicrous.
And if those same espionage-watchers are convinced spies are brought down by sophisticated covert operations, then perhaps they should examine the tactics of Dragan Stevic, a Serbian tourist, who killed a shark – believed to be one of the Sharm el-Sheikh terrorists – by jumping on its head. Unfortunately, the historical record will forever be hazy because the Serb was “too drunk to remember what happened.”
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