A lone swimmer in the Gulf of Mexico was surrounded by a shark without her knowing, according to a scary video.
Stan Battles allegedly took the video Wednesday morning from his balcony on the 28th floor of a resort in Panama City Beach, Fla., According to Panama City News Herald.
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The expiration reported Battles had seen the shark for a couple of hours in murkier waters until it swam into a clearer area, which is when the woman swam past. That's when he started filming the shark.
"The woman swims directly over this thing," he said to the outlet. "Directly over it."
The two and a half minute video shows the woman swimming in the clear green water with a dark spot ̵
"It was just kind of game" that was described. "Everyone on the beach, in the water, they had no idea."
In the video, beachgoers can be heard out to the woman and encourage her to come back to the coast. Some were heard and screamed: "Shark!"
The woman is seen swimming towards the shore, with the shark following her slightly until it seems to turn the other direction and swim away.
Battles told the Herald he ran down to the beach to talk to the woman, but she apparently never saw the shark.
"She was like," I think I'm done with the ocean, "he said.
" I'm just glad no one was hurt. "Battles added.
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The video comes just days after a man died in an apparent shark attack on Hawaii. am Saturday at Honokowai Point near the Ka'anapali Beach Park area of Maui when the man swims about 60 meters from the shore.
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The 65 year old man was drawn to land with traumatic life-threatening "in harmony with a shark attack, said fire officers KHON2.
Fox News & # 39; Travis Fedschun contributed to this report.