Houston homeowners catch fish in living room

A viral video posted to social media by Vivian Saldana shows a man hunting through nearly knee-high floodwaters in a living room attempting to catch a fish with his barehands

SEE IT: Man catches fish in Houston home flooded by Hurricane Harvey

A video posted on Facebook by Viviana Saldana shows her father, Saul, attempting to catch a live fish inside of his flooded home over the weekend.

As his daughter Viviana filmed, Saldana took multiple leaps toward a large fish swimming around what appears to be a living room.

The video has over 10 million views and counting and the Facebook post has been shared over 400,000 times.

While most victims of Harvey are expecting fallen debris, landslides, and flooding, did anyone expect fish?

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Emergency dispatchers have been overwhelmed by calls for assistance, and officials have put out a call for anyone in the area who owns a boat to join in the rescue efforts.

With their home already swamped by a foot of water, the Houstonians found some sport in cornering the fish as it swam about their living room.

She told the website that her dad was trying to make the best out of a scary situation.

"It started with only water coming in through the garage to then coming in though any opening", she said. "This is a landmark event for Texas", he said, according to CNN.

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