Heading out into the northern Atlantic Ocean for a day of surfing is not for the faint of heart. Catching waves in the 63-degree water for just a few hours without the proper gear can almost guarantee a scary case of hypothermia â€” and even with the proper gear, the freezing, churning waters pose danger for anyone with guts enough to get in. Scottish surfer Matthew Bryce learned that the hard way on Tuesday when he became lost at sea while surfing and was forced to endure 32 hours in the frigid water.Â
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