A është ky trupi i një sirene të vdekur

WESSEX NEWS AGENCY Jim Hardy email news@britishnews.co.uk mobile 07501 221880 PIC FOR STORY SENT TO NEWS DESK COPY CATCHLINE: MERMAID A man claims to have found a mermaid washed up on a windswept Norfolk beach. If it's true, she had deserted warm tropical waters to swim among the oil rigs, fishing trawlers, crude oil tankers, ferries and cruise liners in the chilly North Sea. Paul Jones posted photographs which he says were taken at Great Yarmouth and which have been shared 15,000 times on the social media website in two days. Pic shows mermaid at Yarmouth beach
05/10/2016 – 14:02

Një burrë në plazhin Norfolk pretendon se ka gjetur në breg të detit trupin e pajetë të një sirene.

Paul Jones publikoi fotot online,që sipas tij janë realizuar në qytetin anglez Great Yarmouth, të cilat tregojnë misterin me kafkën e një njeriu por me bishtin e një peshku.

Në postimin e tij ai shkruan: “Sot në Great Yarmouth kemi gjetur atë që duket si një sirenë e vdekur që ka dalë në sipërfaqe”.

Imazhet, të cilat janë shpërndarë më shumë se 15 mijë herë brenda dy ditëve kanë hapur shumë debate në rrjetet sociale.

WESSEX NEWS AGENCY Jim Hardy         email   news@britishnews.co.uk   mobile  07501 221880 PIC FOR STORY SENT TO NEWS DESK COPY CATCHLINE:  MERMAID A man claims to have found a mermaid washed up on a windswept Norfolk beach. If it's true, she had deserted warm tropical waters to swim among the oil rigs, fishing trawlers, crude oil tankers, ferries and cruise liners in the chilly North Sea. Paul Jones posted photographs which he says were taken at Great Yarmouth and which have been shared 15,000 times on the social media website in two days. Pic shows mermaid at Yarmouth beach

WESSEX NEWS AGENCY Jim Hardy         email   news@britishnews.co.uk   mobile  07501 221880 PIC FOR STORY SENT TO NEWS DESK COPY CATCHLINE:  MERMAID A man claims to have found a mermaid washed up on a windswept Norfolk beach. If it's true, she had deserted warm tropical waters to swim among the oil rigs, fishing trawlers, crude oil tankers, ferries and cruise liners in the chilly North Sea. Paul Jones posted photographs which he says were taken at Great Yarmouth and which have been shared 15,000 times on the social media website in two days. Pic shows mermaid at Yarmouth beach