A Canadian tourist got the fishing trip of his life, when a great white shark caught hold of his line.
Taking a trip on his spring break, Canadian tourist Fab Marchese said he thought the fish on the end of his hook was most likely, a great white.
The shark took hold of the line, and was attached for about three and half hours, dragging the boat along for five miles.
Mr Marchese was about 30 miles into the trip, surrounded by about 90 feet of water, when the shark turned up.
Marine scientists have confirmed from images taken by Mr Marchese and the boat's captain Joe Maisano, that it was definitely a shark from the great white family, either a mako shark or a great white.
The shark, which was more than half the length of the boat, was finally let go by Mr Marchese after he cut the line.