Driver Straps a Dead Shark to the Front of Car Before Cruising Around Town
One Australian driver noticed something fishy when a shark was strapped to the front of another car.
A woman in Australia noticed a shark strapped to the front of a car being driven around town.
Julie Wright photographed and filmed the car as it drove around Safety Bay in Western Australia and posted it to the Perth & WA Fishing Reports Facebook page.
According to reports, the shark, which was later identified as a tiger shark, was about six-and-a-half-feet long.
In Australia, fishermen and women are allowed to keep sharks, including tiger sharks, that measure two-feet long.
The driver has not been identified.
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