It's like one of those riddles, except real and very sad.
With it being Shark Week, some are calling foul — not just over the odor, but also the smell of a viral campaign.
An MTA spokesman released a tongue-in-cheek statement to Gothamist saying the shark's remains found on its trains "are handled by Shark Maintainer Is, or if none are available on that shift, then by Aquatic Mammal Handler IIs."
Sharks aren't mammals.
Shark Week is about conservation, so it deeply saddens us that someone would thing that this was funny or in any way connect to our celebration of sharks.