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A dead shark was spotted on a New York City subway car early Wednesday, shocking and delighting even the most hardened New Yorkers on the Queens-bound train. Some straphangers snapped photos while others theorized it could be a marketing stunt for Discovery’s “Shark Week” going on this week.
“I walk in, and there’s a pretty big, three foot dead shark on the train, and it smells terrible!” Brandon Sanchez, an NYU student who boarded the train at Canal Street, told the New York Post. “We were pretty much in disbelief, and kept laughing. It was the craziest thing I’ve ever seen on the subway in New York!”
Sanchez added: “I don’t think someone killed it and put it there. I think somebody probably bought it and left it there as a prank.”
Invert Verde told the paper she was initially shocked when she spotted the shark after boarding the train on 8th Street.
"I looked around, and there was a dead shark in the car," Verde said. "I was like, ‘Of course, there’s a dead shark in the car!’"
"We added a Metro Card under its fin, just in case it needed to transfer," Juan D. Cano, who snapped 75 photos of the dead shark with various props, told Gothamist.com. "I do think it’s disrespectful to do certain things to dead shark corpses. But adding a Metro Card under its fin is not disrespectful

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A dead shark was spotted on a New York City subway car early Wednesday, shocking and delighting even the most hardened New Yorkers on the Queens-bound train.
Some straphangers snapped photos while others theorized it could be a marketing stunt for Discovery’s “Shark Week” going on this week.

“I walk in, and there’s a pretty big, three foot dead shark on the train, and it smells terrible!” Brandon Sanchez, an NYU student who boarded the train at Canal Street, told the New York Post. “We were pretty much in disbelief, and kept laughing. It was the craziest thing I’ve ever seen on the subway in New York!”

Sanchez added: “I don’t think someone killed it and put it there. I think somebody probably bought it and left it there as a prank.”

Invert Verde told the paper she was initially shocked when she spotted the shark after boarding the train on 8th Street.

"I looked around, and there was a dead shark in the car," Verde said. "I was like, ‘Of course, there’s a dead shark in the car!’"

"We added a Metro Card under its fin, just in case it needed to transfer," Juan D. Cano, who snapped 75 photos of the dead shark with various props, told Gothamist.com. "I do think it’s disrespectful to do certain things to dead shark corpses. But adding a Metro Card under its fin is not disrespectful

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dampsandwich:

Well “officer” if thats even your real name,

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