Real Life Sharknado? Fish Out of Water Winds Up on the Road Following Cyclone

The incident occurred in Queensland, Australia.

Some Australians were queuing up the music to Jaws when they looked out on a street and found a shark lying in the middle of the road after a cyclone had torn through the area.

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A dead bull shark wound up on shore in Queensland following Cyclone Debbie which swept the area with extreme force Tuesday.

Fire and emergency service crews noticed the dead shark covered in mud in the middle of a road.

They posted the images on Twitter Thursday, saying: "Think it's safe to go back in the water? Think again!"

Think it's safe to go back in the water? Think again! A bull shark washed up in Ayr. Stay out of floodwater. #TCDebbie #ifitsfloodedforgetit

— Qld Fire & Emergency (@QldFES) March 30, 2017

According to reports, the near five-foot-long shark washed up on the inland road due to massive flooding caused by the vicious Category 4 storm.

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Fortunately no one perished during the cyclone, which was the most intense storm to hit the area in six years.

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