There were bizarre scenes on Sydney’s roads on Sunday as a group of fishermen transported a mako shark across the city.
The group had captured the 2.4-metre shark off the coast of Botany Bay and were captured on camera taking their prized catch home.
The men made the 40km strip back to Cecil Park, in the city’s west, with the shark hanging out the back of their boat, which was being towed by a ute.
It is unclear whether the shark was too big for the boat or the men were merely parading their catch.
According to the NSW Recreational Saltwater Fishing Guide for 2018/2019, fishermen are permitted to take home one mako shark per day, while there is no minimum length the shark must adhere to.