The case began with an innocent tiger shark, which had just been captured off the coast of the Coogee Beach and placed on live display at the Coogee Aquarium. The shark was about 14 feet long, and from the moment it was captured behaved very strangely. The shark writhed about in the tank, and initially, aquarium curators believed it was under stress from being taken from the ocean. However, the aquarium staff and eager spectators had no idea it was stomaching a key piece of evidence that would lead police down a rabbit hole of deceit, insurance fraud, and murder.
Source: Ultra Facts