A video has captured the horrific moment a swimmer was killed by a shark at a popular Sydney beach.
The city was rocked by its first fatal shark attack in almost 60 years after the attack at Little Bay on Wednesday.
Human remains were found by rescuers about 6pm, almost an hour-and-a-half after a fisherman first reported a person in the water had been attacked and dragged under by a shark.
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WHERE DID THE SHARK ATTACK TAKE PLACE?
Before he died, a diver killed by a great white shark was a major lover of sharks and sought to preserve them.
Simon Nellist, a British man residing in Sydney, was killed by a shark at Buchan Point, near Little Bay in the city’s east, on Wednesday afternoon. It was the first fatal shark attack in almost 60 years.
PEOPLES REACTION ON SHARK ATTACK AT SYDNEY:
Many people are disturbed, and it has been advised that they should not share this type of film since it will be unpleasant to the family of someone who was killed by a shark. This person was assassinated and died as a result of the incident.
one user tweet:
Many people were taken aback by the way someone filmed a moment in which someone was brutally murdered.