The public has been warned of sharks landing on roofs due to aquatic tornadoes after Southwold local finds great white shark on her roof.
It turns out it wasn’t tornadoes but a group of devoted religious people.
Religious people were doing a re-enactment of the story of Moses parting the sea but went terribly wrong.
During the re-enactment, they parted the sea which caused the sharks to land on people’s roofs.
The Loch ness monster landed in portman road stadium.
Debris from the city of Atlantis landed inside Astro Turf, Wattisham Airfield stadium.
The whale from moby dick landed inside the Gold star stadium.
Meanwhile, a football fan rang Suffolk Gazette after he saw local finds great white shark on her roof:
“There I was in the stadium, it was the last 5 minutes of the Anglian Derby when all of a sudden, a giant white shark landed in the middle of the field. They continued playing around the shark and Ipswich won 3-2.
Lorraine Fisher – 34, creator of The Parting of the Sea re-enactment had this to say after Southwold local finds great white shark on her roof:
“We are terribly sorry for all the ocean life landing all over England and the Netherlands”
“This is our very 1st annual parting of the sea re-enactment”
“We made a mistake because we were supposed to part the sea in which the water lands north and south. We read the instructional manual wrong and split the sea going east and west”