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A dead shark has been discovered on the subway in New York City, transport officials have confirmed.
The unlikely passenger, about 1.2m (4ft) long, was found under a row of seats on a Queens-bound train.
The conductor asked passengers to leave the carriage and the train continued to the end of the line, where a supervisor disposed of the shark.
Pigeons and even an opossum have made their way on to the trains before, but never a shark, transit officials said.
However, where it came from remains a mystery.
A cleaning crew found an unexpected mess after arriving at Sea Dog Brew Pub on Nantucket: a 5-foot-long shark blocking the door. Pub manager Jimmy Agnew says he doesn't know why anyone would have dumped the sea creature there. "That's some serious restaurant Mafia (expletive)," Agnew told The Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror. "So weird," he said. Read more: www.foxnews.com...
Originally posted by JJRichey
There was a smiliar incident in Nantucket a few days ago... shark was found on the doorstep of a local bar.
Maybe some form of viral marketing? Look for more sharks coming soon,...
“Shark Week is all about conservation, so it deeply saddens us that someone would think that this was funny or in any way connected to our celebration of sharks.”
A cleaning crew has found an unexpected mess after arriving at Sea Dog Brew Pub on Nantucket: a 5-foot-long shark blocking the door.
One suggested the shark went to Sea Dog "to meet his chums."
Originally posted by winofiend
Maybe a case of viral Sharketing? Ohhhh no I wont...
SHARKS ON A TRAIN.. Ohhh god don't call Samual L Jackson ...
Originally posted by SuperFrog
No matter how many times I told Ninja Turtles not to leave bodies behind, they don't listen...
Seriously, shark in shark week - how unusual...edit on 8-8-2013 by SuperFrog because: (no reason given)