The Grant County Sheriff's Department is looking for boaters that harrassed another boat of boaters. The boaters in question then experienced a bit of Karma as their own boat sank minutes later.

In a viral video on Tik Tok, boaters were harassing another boat because of a Pride flag and then the boat of the harassers caught fire.

The boaters that were being harassed were nice enough to pick up the ship-wrecked boaters and get them to safety. I'm not sure I would've been that nice.

The video right now has over 1.3 million views.

Grant County Sheriff's Department released this statement:

The Grant County Sheriff’s Office has viewed a viral video that seems to show an incident that happened on the waters of Moses Lake on May 30, 2021.

The incident appears to show a blue vessel circling another vessel, and an occupant of the blue vessel extending a middle finger toward the person recording the incident. The video also shows the blue vessel ablaze and the occupants of the blue vessel swimming toward the vessel recording the incident.

As of right now, we are trying to make contact with the occupants of the vessel being circled so we can interview them to find out what happened. We would like to know more, and once we can interview people, we will be able to know more without relying solely on a brief video.

If you have details about this incident, please contact Sheriff Tom Jones at 509-750-7301 or Tjones@grantcountywa.gov.

You can check out a video of the incident below and if you have any further information, reach out to the Grant County Sheriff's Department.

@uhohbigboiWe safely got them out of the water immediately. We were nicer than they were. #pride #lgbtq #boat #Fail #Karma #Gay #hate #sorrynotsorry♬ Oh No - Kreepa

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