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.

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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.


Just saw this in Safety Bay!! Had to look twice!! ??

Posted by Julie Wright on Sunday, January 3, 2016

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.

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The driver has not been identified.

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