Saturday, August 10, 2013

The Mystery Of The Subway Shark Has Been Solved



"As the New York Post reports, a few kids first found the shark while taking a swim at Brooklyn’s Coney Island. It got passed around and eventually ended up beside a roller-coaster, where 31-year-old Chris Landros found it, deemed it beautiful and decided to take it home with him. But he ended up leaving it on the subway for other passengers to enjoy, he told the New York Post.

When Alicia Vicino — the mother of the children who first found the creature at the beach — saw images posted online, she confirmed that it was indeed the same shark.

Okay, so the mystery is mostly solved. It’s still unclear why the man thought it would be a good idea to leave the dead creature resting on the floor of a subway car."

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/08/09/solved-the-great-mystery-of-the-nyc-subway-shark/#ixzz2bbWcqpu5

Funny how throwing it back into the water when it was alive wasn't an option.

2 comments:

Laury Coenen said...

Makes perfect sense!
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David said...

Lol. It still bugs me that the shark wasn't just put back in the water in the first place.