Diver PAUL DE GELDER describes the moment a 700lb giant sank its 350 razor-sharp teeth into him 


One moment I was swimming across Sydney Harbour, the next my right leg was clamped in the jaws of a 9ft bull shark. 

As someone who had grown up in Australia — which reports an average of 20 shark attacks a year — it was the moment I had been dreading all my life. 

But my fighting instinct kicked in. As every schoolboy knows, if you’re attacked by a shark, punch it in the eye. That was the one option denied to me as my right hand was pinned by its teeth to my leg. 

And the bull shark…



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