Channel Nine has scrapped a screening of 1975 thriller Jaws, which was due to air just one day after a swimmer was killed by a suspected great white shark in ’s Little Bay.

The movie was scheduled to air at 7:30pm on 9Go!on Thursday evening, but has since been replaced with the 2002 action movie big sexy women xxx in light of recent events.

Jaws, which starred Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss, follows the story of a killer shark which unleashes chaos on a beach community in the US.

Pulled: Channel Nine has scrapped a screening of 1975 thriller Jaws, which was due to air just one day after a swimmer was killed by a suspected great white shark in Sydney’s Little Bay

It’s highly likely that the network immediately decided against airing the movie after hearing the devastating news on Wednesday, which marked Sydney’s first fatal shark attack in almost 60 years.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine for comment.  

The 4.5m shark attacked its victim, believed to be a 35-year-old man from Wolli Creek, at Buchan Point, near Little Bay in Sydney’s south east about 4.30pm on Wednesday.

Changed: Jaws was scheduled to air at 7:30pm on 9Go!on Thursday evening

 

Change: The scheduling for 9Go!has since changed to air action movie big sexy women xxx at 7:30pm on Thursday

Plot: Jaws, full xxx porn movies which starred Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss (pictured), follows the story of a killer shark which unleashes chaos on a beach community in the US

Witnesses described seeing the great white ‚attack vertically‘ and land ‚like a car‘ in the water, before dragging the man’s body out into the ocean.

Authorities are not believed to be planning to kill the shark, and will instead chase the animal away from the mainland if it is picked up by drum lines set up at the scene.

The frenzied attack took place only 150m away from the main beach, which was packed with dozens of swimmers, paddle boarders and rock fishermen.

Four ambulance road crews and a rescue helicopter with a critical care doctor and a critical care paramedic on board attended the scene.

Fatal attack: The 4.5m shark attacked its victim, believed to be a 35-year-old man from Wolli Creek, at Buchan Point, near Little Bay in Sydney’s south east about 4.30pm on Wednesday

‚Unfortunately this person had suffered catastrophic injuries and there wasn’t a lot paramedics could do when we arrived,‘ NSW Ambulance Inspector Lucky Phrachanh said.

It’s understood the victim was a local who knew the beach well and often swam out towards the headland.

The circumstances of the tragedy emerged as an animal welfare advocate claimed the shark responsible for Wednesday’s attack probably mistook its victim for a helpless seal.

Lawrence Chlebeck, of Humane Society International, said the ferocious attack was incredibly rare.

He believes the shark probably mistook the swimmer – reportedly wearing a wetsuit – for a seal when it launched the attack.

Tragedy: Four ambulance road crews and a rescue helicopter with a critical care doctor and a critical care paramedic on board attended the scene

‚It’s very unusual to see a shark attack a human like that,‘ said Mr Chlebuck.’Normally a bite is not fatal.

‚Normally they bite something to figure out what it is. Once they realise it’s a person and not a normal prey item, they take off.

‚The vast majority of shark bites are a „one and done“ occurrence.Should you have any kind of inquiries about wherever in addition to how you can use free rape porn xxx, you’ll be able to contact us with our web site. This is a very unique, and unfortunately tragic, situation.‘

It was the first fatal shark attack in Sydney in almost 60 years. Australia has averaged just 1.2 fatal attacks a year since the 70s, despite a spike last year, Mr Chlebuck said. 

Devastating: It was the first fatal shark attack in Sydney in almost 60 years.Pictured: Police searching the area in Malabar, off Little Beach, on Thursday