You’ll have considered swimming with dolphins, fish, even possibly sharks, however wild pigs? Smartly, the day wild pigs swim has arrived at the Bahamian archipelago of Exuma. The island known as Giant Main Cay is affectionately nicknamed Pig Island.

Social influencers have loved posing with the famed feral, swimming pigs of the Bahamas.

Instagram health mannequin Michelle Lewin came upon the laborious means that this isn’t one thing to place at the bucket checklist. The pigs chunk.

The Venezuelan Lewin, 32, posed in her bikini with feral pigs on an idyllic seashore on Giant Main Cay Island and one trotted up and bit her within the uncovered bottom.

That left a mark. Actually. Lewin posted a view of the bitten butt house that includes purple marks from the creature. The Instagram video that includes her screaming in surprise has long gone viral with five.1 million audience. (Her ultimate pigless video had simply over one million.)

Lewin did not say a lot about it, alternatively she posted pig and shrugging emojis.

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Lewin additionally posted an Instagram tale of herself together with her fellow health trainer husband Jimmy Lewin taking part in breakfast at the seashore in just right spirits after the incident.

Jimmy posted photos of himself with the swimming pigs, however didn’t appear to have any biters.

One giant who has skilled the biting risks of those feral pigs: Stick insect Chanel Iman, who swam with them all the way through a photograph shoot for the notorious Fyre Competition.

“I don’t like going to that island to look the ones pigs, ’purpose they in point of fact, in point of fact will chunk you,” Iman informed about taking pictures on Nice Exuma island. “In the event you see the Hulu documentary I’m like working, I’m leaping within the boat as a result of I don’t need anything else to do with getting bit or getting harm via the pigs.”


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