When this video went viral earlier this week we all waited with bated breath to see if the diver had survived this frantic encounter with a Great White Shark.
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When 51-year-old tourist, Chan Ming, emerged from the water we were all amazed and the Hong Kong thrill seeker has spoken out about the experience.
‘When the great white shark was breaking into the cage, the inside of its mouth was getting jammed in the cage, and at that moment I was thinking,'hey, don't think about coming in here' he says.
‘I still think the shark, the great white, is so beautiful, they're very beautiful and cute.’
Well he certainly got a close enough look!