According to UPI, a scuba diver is suing a Florida utility company after getting sucked into a pipe that was a quarter mile long and took him inside a nuclear power plant. His friend, who was scuba diving with him, said that he got "sucked in like a wet noodle."
Florida Power and Light is fighting back, however, saying that the diver intentionally swam into the pipe. In a statement it was stated that the pipes usually have a protective over them. This isn't even the first time an incident has happened like this, though. Another diver was sucked into a pipe in 1989. It just goes to show that when you're scuba diving by a nuclear power plant, proceed with caution.