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Mr Piekarski said that he had passed on those feelings and that getting the shark in front of the camera had more priority in this case

Terrifying moment monster great white shark attacks a small boat while father and son fishermen on board watch anxiously

  • Arron Piekarski was fishing on Tuesday on the Yorke peninsula in Adelaide
  • A great white shark narrowed in and circled around their boat for five minutes
  • The shark even tried to take a bite out of their boat as it circled them
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A quiet fishing trip for a father and son ended in a frightening encounter with a great white shark trying to get a piece out of their boat.

Arron Piekarski was fishing with his father on Tuesday at Cape Elizabeth Point on the Yorke Peninsula in Adelaide, when the beast focused on them.

The shark fin is seen from the water in the distance while the fishermen on board quickly prepared for what the unpredictable creature could do.

But the animal made a bold move that the men had not expected – the big white one went for the slice of beer that was on the boat.

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The shark jumped out of the water and tried to bite the black box in which the alcohol was stored.

When the shark failed, it changed tactics and went diving under water at the boasting attempting to throw the box overboard.

The shark quickly admitted defeat and eventually sank back into the dark depths of the water.

& # 39; I was looking for whiting and squid with my father and I came out of nowhere on the boat & # 39 ;, Piekarski told Daily Mail Australia.

& # 39; It stayed around the boat for about five minutes.

Mr Piekarski said that he had passed on those feelings and that getting the shark in front of the camera had more priority in this case

Mr Piekarski said that he had passed on those feelings and that getting the shark in front of the camera had more priority in this case

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& # 39; Every time he swam past, he bit the engine, bit the side of the boat or the back of the boat. & # 39;

Piekarski said seeing the shark got the & # 39; adrenaline initially flowing & # 39 ;.

He said that he had passed on those feelings and that getting the shark in front of the camera had more priority in this case.

& # 39; We had a similar experience a few years ago and we were more excited to get good images, & # 39; he said.

Arron Piekarski was fishing with his father on Cape Elizabeth Point on the Yorke peninsula in Adelaide on Tuesday, when the giant shark went to them

Arron Piekarski was fishing with his father on Cape Elizabeth Point on the Yorke peninsula in Adelaide on Tuesday, when the giant shark went to them

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Arron Piekarski was fishing with his father on Cape Elizabeth Point on the Yorke peninsula in Adelaide on Tuesday, when the giant shark went to them

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