Shark attack victim . .I don't think so . .sharks have hundred's of teeth, not four molars!
He fought bravely thumping the thing through the water which is like trying to run fast in a dream or scream when no sound comes out. He's treated at Sydney's St Vincent's hospital, filmed and relays his experience to reporters. Two or three days later a 2 metre Grey Nurse (very passive shark) is netted at Bondi . . dead as a dead dingo's donger. Could this have been the culprit? She was a biggun! They're not known for attacking people.
Turns out the guy has committed a break and enter, cut his arm on glass and reported it as a shark attack. Stupid medics haven't been able to remove a tooth (which dislodge very easily during an attack apparently) but still think the guy was attacked by a Wobbygong "A wobbygong ate my forearm". Port Jackson or Wobbygong sharks are bottom feeders, small and look a bit like large catfish and NOT aggressive. Broken and bruised and with stitches the size of the one's that edge your granny's blanket . .he had them all conned.
Happy ending . . . not so for the 2 metre endangered Grey Nurse that was trapped in the Bondi Shark net . . .(City beaches are all netted which kills hundreds of sharks, dolphins and small whales each year) he's arrested for the 'deed', his scam exposed and Australia the wiser.
Poor sharks. It's their environment. They are so sensitive, I mean in an electromagnetic way, they are the scavengers of the sea, they are PROTECTED. They never eat people, they take a bite and go "OMG this tastes like rusty poo". There's nothing more frightening than a shark alarm when you're waist deep in water but it's where they belong. Face it dudes, we don't taste nice, they rarely bite more than once . . .Don't want to get bitten, don't swim on unprotected beaches on 'grey' days. Any surfer will tell you that.
Bull sharks are unrelentless . .great whites are prevalent in South Australia. Grey Nurses are sweet and quiet . . . surf, dive, put burley in the water or dress like a seal and you'll attract a noah . . .horses for courses . . . give em a break . .they're beautiful, electronic, sinister and one of the ocean's greatest 'cleaners'. Ever watched Reservoir Dogs . . Harvey Keitel was the Mob's shark! I love them.
There is a diver under there who lived to tell the tale