Oh the shark bites, with his teeth, yeah

Discussion in 'Bizarre and Off-Beat News' started by Newswolf, Feb 11, 2004.

  1. Newswolf

    Newswolf New Member

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    SYDNEY, Australia -- Lifeguards at a beach post north of Sydney couldn't believe their eyes when a man walked in with a small shark attached to his leg.

    Luke Tresoglavic swam 1,000 feet to shore, walked to his car and drove to the local surf club with the 23-inch shark biting his leg and refusing to let go.

    "I just realized I had to swim in like that, hanging on to it," Tresoglavic told Australian Broadcasting Corp. radio on Wednesday.

    Tresoglavic, 22, was snorkeling on a reef off Caves Beach near Newcastle on Tuesday when a wobbegong, or carpet shark, attacked his leg.

    "Once I got on to shore, a couple of people tried to help me, but I could not remove it," he said. "It was stuck there, so I got up into my car and then drove to the clubhouse, and luckily the guys down there had a clue what to do
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  3. Ghostwheel

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    Boy, I hope he got a picture of that!

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