A second woman has died in a tourist spot in Egypt from a shark attack.

Such news comes after the appearance of some images which are said to show the attack on an Austrian pensioner, who died from her injuries, foreign media write, Telegraph reports.

Egyptian authorities admitted today that another body was pulled from the sea on Friday after it was found on a rock in Sahl Hasheesh, south of Hurghada, according to eyewitnesses.

The woman's identity has not been released, but she is believed to have been a Romanian tourist who was staying at the five-star adult-only Premiere Le Reve hotel.

This latest death is believed to have happened at the same time as the first woman from Kramsach, Tyrol – Austria, was wading in shallow water not far from the beach near Hurghada and told her partner: 'I'll be back in a moment' .

Footage then shows him desperately trying to get to safety as he is attacked in Sahl Hasheesh Bay, south of Hurghada, in the Red Sea.

Horrified onlookers tried to distract the predator, but no one jumped in to help him.

As a result, the authorities have issued an order to suspend all activities in the area surrounding the attacks.