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A 9-ft. Great White shark off the coast of Australia attacked Chantelle Doyle, 35, while surfing with her husband. The shark took a bite out of Doyle's leg and when he husband heard her screams, he paddled over to her and punched the shark in the nose.
The couple was enjoying some waves off the coast on Shelly Beach in Port Macquarie. Australia is known for the most shark attacks on humans. This weekend Mark and his wife found that out the hard way. Chantelle suffered several lacerations to her left leg, but it could've been much worse, had her hubby not jumped on the shark and punched it repeatedly until it let go. Mark told Studio 10, "it feels like you're punching a brick wall [hitting a shark]".
“This fella paddled over and jumped off his board onto the shark and hit it to get it to release her and then assisted her back into the beach," Surf Life Saving NSW chief executive Steven Pearce told the Sydney Morning Herald.
Pearce called Mr. Doyle really "Heroic", after he was able to save her and get her to shore and rushed to a local hospital, where she is doing fine.