After suffering a horrific shark bite, Jackass stuntman Sean McInerney popularly referred to as Poopies was back in the ocean to face his fears.

On Sunday's show to begin shark week, the stuntman spoke about his terrifying incident.

"I thought I was gonna die in front of my friends," McInerney declared as she fought back tears. "Um, that's pretty heavy."

In the course of performing a stunt during the last time's jackass shark week, McInerney was injured on his wrist and hand, cutting off numerous ligaments, tendons, and muscles.

He has undergone numerous surgeries and is in sessions of physical therapy two times a week. However, he is not fully using the hand he injured.

To get over his unpredictability 2022 shark week about sharks The man decided to go for a dive with sharks again.

"It's really important for me to get over that fear, 'cause I don't want that accident to stop me from doing what I love," McInerney said. 

Alongside his colleagues and friends swimming alongside McInerney, McInerney was swimming among sharks on open seas.

He admitted that it was a "little scary" and "nerve-wracking," and he appeared to be relieved to share a non-bite moment with the outstanding hunter.

I'm no longer afraid of dying if I'm in the vicinity of sharks. Now I can be surfing and ride big water ski waves!"