The latest heart-stopping moment for filmmaker and ocean enthusiast Brodie Moss came two years after he had to jump in and save his pet dog from the jaws of waiting sharks
A YouTuber had another very close call after falling off his paddleboard straight into shark-infested waters.
He spotted some sharks and seemed confident enough that they weren’t going to attack his board.
But things then went horribly wrong and after losing his balance, he tumbled into the water.
After a few seconds he managed to regain his composure, and safely return to the paddleboard.
It started smoothly, with brave Brodie telling fans on TikTok : “They look like they’re ready to hunt, I reckon if I even put my foot in the water they would go at it.”
Then came the terrifying slip – and even after nearly becoming shark-bait, he seemed totally unmoved by the almost fatal experience.
“I love this kind of stuff so much,” the filmmaker and ocean enthusiast yelled.
Nearly a million people have viewed his great escape on social media.
The comments came thick and fast, with not many fancying following in his footsteps.
“I would’ve passed out from pure fear and either drown or be eaten,” one subscriber said.
A second wrote: “So much anxiety in two seconds.”
Another follower told him: ‘That’s just a whole load of no, no idea how you are still with us!!”
Wild Brodie spends a lot of his time exploring the remote coasts of Australia and has built up a huge following.
The latest trauma came two years after he had to save his dog from the jaws of sharks when his pet jumped into the deadly waters.
He saved his dog from the waiting sharks before his quick-thinking pals did all they could to fend off the killer creatures as he eventually made it to safety.
Pup Stryda leaped into the ocean to cool off and he knew he had to act fast.
“The sharks began to rise off the bottom of the ocean, their fins were down, and they were thrashing around,” he explained.
“Bronzies, bull sharks, lemon sharks, and they all just started stirring up at the bottom.
“The sharks are going at Stryda, so I grabbed her and she’s clawing at my back, holding onto the back of me as I was swimming for the boat.
“The boys behind me were literally fending off sharks.”