Fisherman and shark photo op.

Fisherman and Shark Photo-Op

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

A statue of a grinning fisherman in a rain slicker holds his catch, an impressive sized fish. The gag is for you to stand behind him and next to your catch -- a huge shark, dead, with toothy mouth agape, dangling from a scaffold.

The shark photo op and a 60-ft. tall lighthouse are part of the enticements to dine at a seafood restaurant.

Fisherman and Shark Photo-Op

Original Benjamins Calabash Seafood

Address:
9593 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC
Directions:
Original Benjamins Calabash Seafood, north side of US Hwy 17, west of Lake Arrowhead Rd. To the left of the giant crab.
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