There's something fishy going on in Kuwait and it's not exactly delicious. Seafood and fish is a very significant diet of the average Kuwait resident, and there's no better place to buy yourself some fresh fish than from a store or market that sells, well, fresh fish. Unless of course, the fish aren't so ...fresh.
Such was the case for one store whose problems have gone viral on Twitter after the Al Bayan newspaper shared an image of a fish, before and after he was aesthetically enhanced with googly eyes. It was an attempt to make the fish seem fresher than they were but the photo has left Twitter users rolling with laughter. At the absurdity, perhaps. At the fact that someone actually had the audacity? Who knows. Either way, these photos and these reactions are totally priceless.
I thought I've seen it all, but twitter always proves me wrong— 𝓟 𝓶𝓾𝓪𝓷 (@PizzaMuan) September 2, 2018
my strongest-held belief is that extremely creative crimes that don't involve maiming another person should be allowed https://t.co/LJlW3oR11F— Ashley Feinberg (@ashleyfeinberg) September 1, 2018
It makes the Internet a better place to respond to such things with a gif.
Interesting! pic.twitter.com/PuVnCMpIx0— Nadia 2.0 (@Nadia_Soy_Yo) September 1, 2018
I guess some people just like to watch the world burn.
I feel like this should be allowed out of sheer ballsiness.— coffee stout wench (@spewingllamas) September 2, 2018
You might choke and die.
Plus, the eyes don’t look like dead fish eye. Who cares? Except some people eat fish eyes. That. Outdoor be a problem.... pic.twitter.com/nEa52msDqp— Edie Strom (@bajabug) September 2, 2018
Sometimes you should definitely say, "never."
Never judge the freshness of fish by the googliness of their eyes. https://t.co/hW50lwpwCz— Matthew Dalby, PhD (@MatthewJDalby) September 1, 2018
Otherwise, the police wouldn't have shown up.
I cannot believe people fell for this?! 🤣😂😒 pic.twitter.com/AKtep2zdVO— Mark Homoky (@blusmoke) September 1, 2018
Well this certainly looks fishy. I hope they go to court and are found gill-ty. https://t.co/aB3fh871WE— M’BlockU (@rodimusprime) September 1, 2018
Yeah this is a full-scale scam— C.E. Little (@ItsMrLittle) September 1, 2018
The scales of justice shall decide.— Kenneth Morris (@redtdi) September 2, 2018