Has the Loch Ness Monster washed up dead on the beach?

Mythical creature's 'remains' found on loch's banks

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Has the Loch Ness Monster washed up dead on the beach?


Tourists were left stunned when they seemed to come across the Loch Ness Monster washed up on the banks of the famous loch.

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Help2Rehome Scotland shared the images on their Facebook page, writing: "A dog walker out on the shores of Loch Ness has just stumbled across this. Has Nessy been found? Or someone playing a fascinating prank?"



Before users realised it was actually a scene for a TV show, they were quick to point out it was fake.

Has the Loch Ness Monster washed up dead on the beach?

One person wrote: "Total hoax. Why would the bones be stripped of flesh but the organs and intestines are still intact?"

Another joked: "Hoax. Body stripped clean but guts look fresh. Might have been a haggis smoking too much scotch mist", while one mused: "Load of nonsense! The intestines would be the first bit to be eaten!"

One reader said: "Excellent prank. Guess owners of local business wanted a quick influx of tourists cash, lol."

And another user laughed: "I love how proud some seem to point out this is a hoax.

"It's a mythical creature. Of course it's a hoax!"


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