- Police doing a routine check on boats encountered a monster great white shark
- They named the shark Noah, who appeared to want to accompany police
- Police considered conducting a breath test on Noah, who was not keen on it
South Australia Police doing a routine check on recreational boats on Saturday had a frightening encounter with monster Great White Shark.
Police Investigator 2 encountered the Great White at Tapley Shoal, about nine nautical miles east of Edithburgh.
The Great White, named Noah, appeared to want to accompany the police on their check.
Police (pictured right) doing a routine check on recreational boats were terrified when a monster Great White Shark (pictured left) began following them
The police named the shark Noah (right) and it appeared Noah just wanted to accompany the police
Footage captured by the police shows Noah following the Water Operations Unit officers.
The two officers continuously looking back to check on Noah.
They did consider asking Noah for a breath test, but he did not seem keen on it and the officers were happy to oblige.
Police considered asking Noah for a breath test, but he did not seem keen on it and the officers were happy to oblige