Kickass Hero Saves Guide From Great White Shark

Kickass Hero

OMG, there is one very sorry assed shark swimming around Rockingham today. The great white was thwarted from lunching on a snorkeler by a kickass hero who grabbed it’s tail and yanked him off the left buttock of Elyse Frankcom (19). The attack happened during a “swim with the dolphins” tour in Perth. Frankcom, one of the Rockingham Wild Encounters tour guides, was snorkeling in about 7m of water when the 3m great white struck. It sunk its teeth into her hip and left buttock before the kickass hero (who declined to give his name) grabbed the sharks tail, making it let go of her. Not done, the kickass hero then dived underwater to grab the now sinking tour guide, pulling her back to the surface and onto the boat. Ms Frankcom, who is expected to make a full recovery, told medics she also punched the shark in the face. Humiliated much Mr great white shark ?

Psst A search is now on to identify the kickass hero so he can be nominated for Australia’s highest award for heroism. AND no it wasn’t Chuck Norris!

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10 responses to “Kickass Hero Saves Guide From Great White Shark

  1. MichellefromMadison

    Maybe the Hero wasn’t supposed to be there in the first place, thus his reluctance to give his identity. Cheaper that way, especially if he told his wife and others that he was actually supposed to be somewhere else at the exact same time.

  2. Fairy Face

    Love a guy like this an I bet he’ll say he’s no hero and anyone would have done the same. WRONG, I wouldn’t. Glad you were there to same her, you big bushy bearded hero you.

  3. Fairy Face

    In Oz we use the word ‘HERO ‘ willy nilly and most people , usually guys who carry our heroic deeds prefer to be just regarded as doing what most other people would do but grabbing a ‘SHARK’ is well above and beyond the call of duty. She is soooooo lucky. It might as well be Santa Bearman as she’ll live to see another Christmas.

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