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Katherine Heigl Pays Fisherman To Release Catch Back Into Ocean

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Katherine Heigl rocks my frigin socks, people! Besides being beautiful, talented and super smart, Heigl has a soft spot for animals and isn’t afraid to speak up!

The National Enquirer is reporting that on a recent trip to Mexico, the Grey’s Anatomy star confronted a local fisherman who had recently caught a yellow-finned tuna. Acting quickly, Heigl offered the man $100 to put the fish back into the water. The offer was declined and it was only after the star doubled the cash that the fisherman agreed. After the fish was thrown back, Heigl said, “Thanks, I hate to see anything die.” Pretty ballsy, Kat!

What do you think Ecorazzi readers? If dough wasn’t an issue would you have the courage to confront a fisherman mid-act. Chime in and share your thoughts!

via: blog.peta.org

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