MARY REICHARD, HOST: When you just can’t seem to get a break, you can be said to be snakebit.
20-year old Dylan McWilliams fits the bill.
Last week, he was surfboarding in Hawaii when a shark attacked him. Doctors patched him up with stitches and staples. McWilliams told CBS:
MCWILLIAMS: The scariest part was swimming back because I was maybe 50 yards from shore and there was blood behind me and I didn’t know where it was.
This wasn’t his first brush with that kind of danger.
Less than a year ago, a 300-pound black bear attacked McWilliams as he was camping in Colorado. More stitches.
If you don’t think that’s enough to qualify as snakebit, well, then consider this:
Three years ago, he was hiking in Utah when he encountered a rattlesnake.
Yep, he got bit.
And nope, it hasn’t lessened his love for the great outdoors.
It’s The World and Everything in It.