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This YouTuber is going viral after getting hit in the face by a flying fish

You could say she was in the wrong plaice at the wrong time. *snigger*

IRELAND AND THE UK are currently being battered by wind and rain, with Storms Henry and Gertrude ensuring we’re all spending as little time outside as possible.

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Two people who didn’t heed the weather warnings however were YouTubers Craig and Aimee, who went out to film on Barry Island in Wales during Storm Gertrude last week.

As Aimee introduced the video, there was an unexpected photo bomb…

fishslap Source: YouTube

Bang! A fish gets its revenge.

Source: Craig & Aimee/YouTube

The clip has been viewed millions of times on Facebook – and as is often the case with these things, there have been cries of it being faked for the camera.

Staged or unstaged, there is something compelling about watching someone being hit in the face by a fish.

fishslap Source: YouTube

Just our two cents.

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