Posted by: Geoff | April 1, 2013

Shark sighting in Llandudno

Shark in Llandudno Bay

A shark was sighted this morning in the water off Llandudno’s North Shore. Holidaymaker Roy Scheider, a police chief from Amity Island, New England, spotted the shark’s fin while walking along the jetty with his friend Steven Spielberg, who works in the film industry.

Mr Scheider said, “I’m telling you, and I’m telling everybody…that that’s a shark! And I know what a shark looks like, because I’ve seen one up close. And you’d better do something about this one.” However, we are told that there is no need for concern at this time as the shark, pictured above, has not been seen since.

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  1. Very nice try!

  2. If we swallow that, fins can only get worse!

  3. You are a funny one this morning!

  4. LOL, thanks for the April 1st chuckle! Even without the fin, a terrific scene of the endless water. (Though maybe a touch of Jaws will help usher in some warm weather magic:)

  5. You had me for a minute! ;-))

  6. That must have been terrifying! That one must have been a huge one! Great shot of the huge dorsal fin, and the even more terrifying tail fin behind it. What would you say as to its length? 40 feet? Wow! Your sighting even made it into our news over here .

    • This whopper suggests it may be a Steen Ray !

      • LOL, Oh my, I hope the pier suffered no damage as it went by. I hear the barbs of Steen Rays are very sharp!

  7. Very gud april fool,or was it!!! Im down there in july 4 me holls. Probebly need a bigger boat!!

  8. Have you done a headcount in town lately? With or without the fin, it’s a nice shot! 🙂

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