Man Freaks Over a ‘Shark Attack’ at a Museum in Washington D.C.

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Much like the scary bridge in China, a new video is going viral showing someone having a huge reaction to a cracking surface. Thankfully, in both cases, the unstable surface is generated through a computer and screen, but the reactions are real kneejerk responses.

The Huffington Post writes that at the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C., there’s an “aquarium” room where visitors are encouraged to touch a screen “at their own risk.” Once someone bravely puts their hand on, a shark swims by, and then, it lunges at the screen, “cracking” it. This section of the museum features “…fictional character Karl Stromberg of the James Bond book and film ‘The Spy Who Loved Me,’ and his ideas about a post-apocalyptic war world beneath the sea,” HuffPo explains.

Recently, Casey Peck filmed his friend Gregory Heinzman gingerly touching the screen and then falling onto the ground after the “attack.” His big reaction and wide-eyed look have gone viral with over 1.9 million views on the Storyful Rights Management YouTube page.

This isn’t the first time someone has fallen over from fear due to the pushy shark. In 2015, JukinVideo uploaded a clip of a grandmother taking a spill at the “aquarium” as well. And you might find that while even simply watching the videos, you’ll jump too!