Model enjoying Sydney’s famous Bondi to Bronte walk films hungry sharks tearing apart great white carcass just metres from the shore
- Rocky Barnes was with a friend on the walk when she saw the shark’s remains
- It was floating lifelessly in the sea in a pool of blood just metres from the shore
- The model was clearly shocked by the sight, describing the carcass as ‘gnarly’
An American model taking a stroll along Sydney’s famous Bondi to Bronte walk was given an unwelcome surprise when she came across a dead great white carcass being eaten by other sharks just metres from the shore.
Rocky Barnes took to Instagram to document the fleshy remains of the shark moving back and forth in the breaking waves near the coastline.
The model’s shocked reaction can be heard in the background as she records the grisly sight.
The gruesome video was posted by American model Rocky Barnes, who was on the Bondi to Bronte walk with a friend when she saw the carcass floating back and forth in the sea
The shark’s carcass was floating in a pool of blood near Bondi Beach – in a scene described by Barnes as ‘gnarly’
‘So gnarly … its a full shark in the water,’ Barnes can be heard saying.
The gruesome footage was a stark change in scenery for the model and her friend, who had spent the rest of their walk along Sydney’s pristine coastline posing with rock formations and taking artistic photos of the ocean.
Sharks are known for eating each other – especially tiger sharks which must fight for survival and then eat their siblings.
Barnes got her break as a model when she appeared in a Justin Bieber music video in 2013 and is a brand ambassador for AmEx.