A Danish tourist was in a wildlife park in Australia and decided it would be an excellent idea to feed a 1400-pound crocodile and then sit on its back. Brilliant.
A man dubbed ‘Danish Crocodile Dundee’ by his friends has climbed atop a monster 650kg saltwater croc in the Australian outback.
Niels Jensen, 22, was travelling through a wildlife park in the Northern Territory when he fed the 4.7 meter apex predator a wallaby carcass and then astonishingly mounted the beast’s back.
Wildlife management graduate Niels, from Vinderslev, Viborg, admitted he was dicing with death during the encounter he posted to Instagram and the vision failed to amuse Parks and Wildlife Commission NT, who said he was asking for trouble getting that close with the massive man-eater.
Mr Jensen too admitted that his stunt was dangerous but in his mind it’s worth the thrill.
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