I have just experienced a stranger, who doesn't look at all like a fishing man, putting a shark in a bag happily.
Why would anyone put a shark in a bag?
Has it got anything to do with the bag or the shark?


closed as too broad by mmking, Mark N, JLee, Engineer Toast, Bailey M Jun 8 '15 at 17:12

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    $\begingroup$ I voted to close this as too broad because there's honestly just not enough information for this to even be a puzzle. I'm curious as to the answer, though, so I encourage you to come back and add a bit more clarification - if you do, I'll be happy to vote to re-open. $\endgroup$ – Bailey M Jun 8 '15 at 17:13

Perhaps you just witnessed someone purchase a shark figurine? The clerk put the figurine in a bag and the person was happy about it.


I'm gonna state the obvious answer to get that out of the way:

He is a fisherman and just caught a shark and is putting it into a bag of ice to preserve it. Being from Florida, this kind of occurrence would not be unusual (though a cooler of ice would be more likely).


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