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Swordfish is stoned to death by beachgoers laughing on the holiday island in Greece

Swordfish is stoned to death by laughing at beach goers who grab it by the tail on the Greek holiday island

  • Shocking images show vacationers throwing an object at the creature in Evia
  • Swimmers on the beach in Chalkida initially thought that the swordfish was a shark
  • Swordfish numbers are getting exhausted because they have been overfished for decades

A swordfish was stoned to death by laughing at beach goers who grabbed him by the tail on a Greek holiday island.

Shocking images show vacationers throwing objects at the creature that had swum in the shallows off the coast of Evia.

Swimmers on the beach in Chalkida initially believed that the swordfish was a shark and ran out of the water, he reports Greek reporter.

Cruel criminals chased, grabbed and stoned a swordfish to death as he swam into the shallows to lay eggs from a Greek island

Cruel criminals chased, grabbed and stoned a swordfish to death as he swam into the shallows to lay eggs from a Greek island

Cruel criminals chased, grabbed and stoned a swordfish to death as he swam into the shallows to lay eggs from a Greek island

Cruel criminals chased, grabbed and stoned a swordfish to death as he swam into the shallows to lay eggs from a Greek island

A swordfish was stoned to death by laughing at beach goers who grabbed him by the tail on a Greek holiday island

A swordfish was stoned to death by laughing at beach goers who grabbed him by the tail on a Greek holiday island

A swordfish was stoned to death by laughing at beach goers who grabbed him by the tail on a Greek holiday island

The ailing animal tried to swim away, but was attacked by people looking forward to the escape of a pier.

The clip shows dozens of people watching the group of men hunting the swordfish but doing nothing to stop what's going on.

The swordfish is supposed to have swum in the shallow water to lay eggs.

Swordfish is found all over the world in the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, as well as in the Mediterranean Sea.

Swimmers on the beach in Chalkida initially believed that the swordfish was a shark and ran out of the water. They did nothing to prevent a group of men from chasing the terrified creature that died after being pelted with stones

Swimmers on the beach in Chalkida initially believed that the swordfish was a shark and ran out of the water. They did nothing to prevent a group of men from chasing the terrified creature that died after being pelted with stones

Swimmers on the beach in Chalkida initially believed that the swordfish was a shark and ran out of the water. They did nothing to prevent a group of men from chasing the terrified creature that died after being pelted with stones

The ailing animal tried to swim away, but was attacked by people looking forward to the escape of a pier

The ailing animal tried to swim away, but was attacked by people looking forward to the escape of a pier

The clip shows dozens of people watching the group of men chasing the swordfish but doing nothing to stop what's going on

The clip shows dozens of people watching the group of men chasing the swordfish but doing nothing to stop what's going on

The ailing animal tried to swim away, but was attacked by people looking forward to the escape of a pier. The clip shows dozens of people watching the group of men chasing the swordfish but doing nothing to stop what's going on

Because they are very popular in fish dishes, they have been overfished for decades.

According to a report from the WWF, fishermen catch twice as much fish as sustainable fish and too many juvenile swordfish that have not yet been reproduced.

Evia is the second largest Greek island and is a popular destination for summer vacations.

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