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He got married one day and then escaped death by shark the next (VIDEO)
First Published Mar 25 2013 01:38 pm • Last Updated Mar 25 2013 01:38 pm

You’re in a cage. You think you’re safe. Then, a Great White Shark swims right into it with its jaws open.

He got married one day and then escaped death by shark the next (VIDEO)

Bryan Plummer went shark diving in South Africa earlier this month and captured footage of a Great White Shark pushing its head into the cage and almost getting a bite at a diver. That diver, Roger, had gotten married the day before, Plummer writes.Warning: Profanity in videoThe shark ignored the bait and headed straight for the cage, Plummer wrote on his YouTube channel. Roger was able to avoid injury by swimming below the shark's jaws.

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