Jellyfish mistaken for fake boob taken to police

A CONCERNED Sunshine Coast resident has unknowingly handed in a jellyfish that he thought was a prosthetic breast implant to Maroochydore Police.

The member of the public presented police with a bagged and tagged circular object that he had located that day.

He told police that he was concerned it was a prosthetic implant from someone who may have been murdered or drowned.

Officers seized the item at the request of the man and provided him with a receipt for it. 

After some investigations it was revealed that the object wasn't what the man thought it was.

As police had suspected the item was actually a jellyfish.

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