Police found the remains of a missing Bahamas boater inside the belly of a 3.7-metre tiger shark on Jaws Beach.
Bahamas newspaper the Tribune reports that police identified Judson Newton by his fingerprints, but are waiting on DNA tests to confirm the identity.
Newton and his friend Franklin Roosevelt Brown have been missing since Aug. 29, when they set out on a boating trip with three others off Jaws Beach in New Providence.
Jaws Beach served as the location for the 1987 movie Jaws: The Revenge.
The boaters ran into engine trouble and called for help. When the Royal
Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) arrived, they found three boaters aboard the vessel. They said the other two had gone overboard to pull the boat ashore, but never came back.
On Sept. 5, an investment banker on a deep-sea fishing trip caught a tiger shark about 61 kilometres south of New Providence, and a leg popped out of the beast's mouth as they were reeling it up.
RBDF officers later sliced the shark's belly open, revealing another leg, two arms and a torso ripped in two.
There's still been no sign of Brown, though authorities fear he may have met the same demise.