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Giant Stingray Body Slams Woman

March 29, 2011

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It’s a vacation she’ll never forget.Last weekend Illinois resident Jenny Hausch was repeatedly body slammed Triple H style by a 300-pound giant spotted eagle ray off the coast of Islamorada, Florida (if you don't know who Triple H is then it's time to brush up on your professional wrestlers). According to Two Chicks Charters’ boat captain Kelly Klein, the ray appeared from nowhere and knocked Hausch to the deck. “The ray was slamming this way and slamming that way and she was trying to crawl backwards out from under it but it kept landing on her,” Klein said of the bizarre event.

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