& # 39; We see them there all the time! & # 39; Fisherman swings in a shark at a popular swimming spot – as the locals say the piece is teeming with deadly predators
- Great shark picked up by fisherman on Margate Beach 40 km north of Brisbane
- Reportedly, they are 1.8 m long and one of the many shark observations of the past few weeks
- Passers-by said that he was dealing with the catch in a humane way and let it come back into the sea
Charlie Coë for Daily Mail Australia
A huge shark has been brought in by a fisherman at a popular swimming spot, allegedly plagued by the dangerous creatures.
Photo taken on Friday night at Margate Beach 40 km north of Brisbane showed that the shark as long as 1.8 m is pulled out of the sea on a line by a fisherman.
A group of people was shown how the shark was dragged to the beach, while the fisherman urged them to distance themselves from the stranded predator.
A huge shark was brought in by a fisherman (photo) at a popular swimming spot, allegedly plagued by the dangerous creature for stunned passersby.
Witness Trish Sheahan, who was one of the many people who came together to watch, said that the fisherman's effort followed him and that he was hiding a different shark before.
Other beachgoers said they had seen other sharks near Margate Beach near the coast in recent weeks.
& # 39; Just after the second Christmas day, I saw a similar person jump a meter from the water at 20 meters from swimmers – near the Surf Life Savers building, & # 39; a person posted online.
The passer-by who filmed the enormous flight told Daily Mail Australia that she shared the images because she wanted those who used the beach to be more aware of the threats that lurked at the edge of the water.
I want people to know that there are sharks close to the water's edge, because we have been a little blasé about it, & # 39; she said.
Witness Trish Sheahan, who was one of the many people who came together to watch, said that the effort of the fisherman (photo) followed him and another shark sooner
The witness added that the fisherman had handled the catch in a humane manner and had taken the hook out of the shark's mouth as quickly as possible.
It is not yet known what kind of shark has entered the fisherman.
But it comes after a wave of bull shark sightings on the channels and rivers of the Gold Coast while it warms up again.
Other beachgoers said they saw other sharks near Margate Beach (photo, stock image) in the past few weeks