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VIDEO: Hawaiian Big Wave Surfer Gets A Mouth Full of Surfboard

That’s gonna hurt.

Source: Koa Rothman

Surfing is such a majestic, beautiful sport. It’s all fun and games until someone takes a surfboard to the mouth.

Koa Rothman and a 9-foot surfboard get up close and personal while surfing in Hawaii.

The professional surfer took the painful moment to talk about surfing safety and respecting fellow surfers. In a world full of bitter social media rants, Koa Rothman’s pleasant response is refreshing.

Rothman only suffered loosing some teeth along with a headache and sprained neck. He’ll always have this sick survival video to show off to people, though.

Watch the video here:

Source: GIFY

Surf’s up my friends but remember to watch for falling surfboards. 

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