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Terrifying moment woman spots crocodile lurking next to her boat – before it viciously LUNGES at her

  • A woman has shared a video of her nightmare close-encounter with a crocodile 
  • She was on a boat in the Northern Territory when the crocodile leapt at her
  • The woman could be heard screaming as the crocodile attempted to attack her
  • Popular comments on the video referenced Bob Katter’s infamous croc speech 










An Aussie had a nightmare close encounter with a crocodile who fiercly lunged right at her when she was filming the predator.

The woman was on a boat in the Northern Territory when she filmed the video of the crocodile lurking nearby.

In a scene that could be mistaken for an intense wildlife documentary the crocodile leapt out of the water and at the woman with jaws open.

A woman in the Northern Territory filmed a video of a crocodile (above) lurking around a boat before jumping out of the water and attempting to attack her

A woman in the Northern Territory filmed a video of a crocodile (above) lurking around a boat before jumping out of the water and attempting to attack her

The hostile croc then quickly darts back under the murky water. 

People were quick to justify the woman’s scared reaction and have a laugh at the unfortunate situation.

‘Omg no I’m never going swimming AGAIN,’ one commenter said.

‘You’re gonna need a bigger boat mate,’ another wrote. 

People were quick to justify the woman's scared reaction, have a laugh at the unfortunate situation and reference Bob Katter's infamous crocodile speech

People were quick to justify the woman’s scared reaction, have a laugh at the unfortunate situation and reference Bob Katter’s infamous crocodile speech

However the most popular comments were the references to Bob Katter’s infamous crocodile speech.

Bob Katter’s speech went viral in 2017 after the MP managed to segway a debate about same-sex marriage to crocodile attacks in North Queensland.

The comments referencing the speech became so popular the video was posted a second time to the audio of the confusing speech.

‘Someone tag Bob Katter,’ one person wrote.

‘Let a thousand blossoms bloom,’ another joked. 

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