A shark sighting had signs posted at Waimea Bay and Waikiki today. At 10:15 this morning, lifeguards at Waimea Bay spotted a shark measuring 6-8 feet long. They posted signs.
Then at 12:30, lifeguards in Waikiki saw another one in just about 2-4 feet of water. They posted signs and warned people to stay out of the water. Signs in Waikiki came down at 3:30 this afternoon.
But on the North Shore, the signs stayed up as sharks were still seen near shore.
courtesy of KGMB9 News.) This is the second official sighting this week near Waimea Bay – see our coverage and the shocking photo of a shark warning sign on the beach. Tiger sharks are the most common man-eaters in the Islands; and with an appearance now in Waikiki, it appears that Hawaiian sharks are canvassing all shores of the island of Oahu, in preparation for a land-based attack.The following phenomenally well-written press release just showed up in our inbox (