Shark Arm Case - Cultural References

Cultural References

The Shark Arm Case was the basis of a 2003 episode of CSI: Miami.

Bill Bryson mentions this case in his book Down Under (known as In a Sunburned Country in the U.S.), but wrongly implies that the arm belonged to a swimmer who was eaten by the shark.

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