On Tuesday, August 6th, the big mystery of the deceased shark found on a NYC subway train was resolved.
There was a dogfish shark found on a midnight subway and had since been the focus of thriving turmoil. According to known newspaper New York Post, the felons responsible for the arrangement of the bizarre rider were a group of teenagers.
One parent, Alicia Vincino, revealed to some interviewers that her children originally saw the shark on Coney Island in advance to a crowd of “twenty-something teens” disappearing with it. The parent and her family had only just concluded that the shark had appeared on the beach and posed for pictures with it before the group of teenagers had taken it away.
"We all thought it was really strange that they wanted to take it with them," Vincino said. "They should have put it back in the ocean."
Even though the shark was immediately discharged from the subway train after being found, the infamy of the fish continues- the shark now has its own Twitter account that goes by the name @NYCSubwayShark.