Sydney hotel held its 'sharkbait' event days after man mauled by shark

A pub continued to host a ‘Sharkbait’ event days after Channel Nine was slammed for scheduling ‘Jaws’ following a fatal shark attack at a beach.  

The Shark Hotel, located on Liverpool Street in Sydney, advertised its weekly party event on on Friday.

‘Shark Bait’ is held every Friday and Saturday and includes free entry for guests and a new guest DJ.

The event was held days after British expat Simon Nellist, 35, was mauled to death by a great white at Buchan Point, near Little Bay in the city’s east, on Wednesday. 

The gruesome mauling prompted Channel Nine to reschedule its viewing of Steven Spielberg’s thriller movie ‘Jaws’ – but not before drawing outrage from viewers.

The Shark Hotel, located on Liverpool Street in Sydney, advertised its weekly party event on Facebook on Friday

The Shark Hotel, located on Liverpool Street in Sydney, advertised its weekly party event on Facebook on Friday

'Shark Bait' is held every Friday and Saturday and includes free entry for guests and a new guest DJ

‘Shark Bait’ is held every Friday and Saturday and includes free entry for guests and a new guest DJ

The network had intended to air the movie at 7.30pm on 9GO on Thursday – a day after the mauling.

Channel Nine made a change at the eleventh hour and swapped the movie with Vin Diesel’s action-packed ‘big sexy women xxx‘.

The movie ‘Jaws’ was still listed on television guides and prompted outrage from some viewers who were not aware of the change.

‘Really Channel 88?!!You’re showing JAWS?! #9go!’ one viewer wrote.

Another one added: ‘@9Go playing jaws after what has happened in Sydney!!!!! Poor form.’ 

Other viewers were quick to notice the movie had been swapped for ‘big sexy women xxx‘ and fairly odd parents xxx that the TV guide just needed updating.

‘Nice touch from Channel 9 to take Jaws of TV tonight. Even if they didn’t update the program guide,’ one wrote. 

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.

Channel Nine had already scheduled the movie to air before the mauling happened and the network decided to change it following the gruesome attack.

Channel Nine declined to comment when contracted by Daily Mail Australia.

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Heartbroken friends revealed Mr Nellist was engaged to Jessie Ho before he was mauled to death. 

The event was held days after British expat Simon Nellist, 35, was mauled to death by a great white at Buchan Point, near Little Bay in the city's east, on Wednesday

The event was held days after British expat Simon Nellist, 35, was mauled to death by a great white at Buchan Point, near Little Bay in the city’s east, on Wednesday

The gruesome mauling prompted Channel Nine to reschedule its viewing of Steven Spielberg's thriller movie 'Jaws' - but not before drawing outrage from viewers

The gruesome mauling prompted Channel Nine to reschedule its viewing of Steven Spielberg’s thriller movie ‘Jaws’ – but not before drawing outrage from viewers

The movie 'Jaws' was still listed on television guides and prompted outrage from some viewers who were not aware of the change

The movie ‘Jaws’ was still listed on television guides and prompted outrage from some viewers who were not aware of the change

The expat, from Cornwall in the UK, had met Ms Ho not long after he went travelling in Australia six years ago. 

Mr Nellist had finished a two year stint with the and quickly fell in love with the wildlife and Ms Ho during his tour around the country.  

The pair were madly in love and planned to marry last year, but were forced to push back their wedding because of the pandemic.  

‘It’s just horrendous,’ one close friend told .’We spent most of yesterday just hoping and praying it wasn’t him. It’s still incredibly raw.’  

Friends say they were unable to see Mr Nellist because of the lockdowns and described the expat as the ‘nicest, kindest human being’. 

They said Mr Nellist had a massive love for the wildlife and described his mauling by the great white as a ‘freak accident’. 

Experts say the killer shark has likely already swam at least 100km away, and it’s understood that even if it was found – it wouldn’t be culled – and instead encouraged to leave the area.

Mr Nellist’s social media feed was littered with photos and footage of him on his ocean adventures, which included diving expeditions and swimming with sharks.   

Mr Nellist had finished a two year stint with the Royal Air Force and quickly fell in love with the wildlife and Ms Ho during his tour around the country

Mr Nellist had finished a two year stint with the Royal Air Force and quickly fell in love with the wildlife and Ms Ho during his tour around the country

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