The victim of a shark attack spent ten hours on the boat before receiving professional medical treatment.
The lemon shark endured approximately ten agonizing hours on board a vessel before receiving professional treatment for his heinous injuries.
A man who was attacked by a shark while on a fishing charter spent approximately ten hours onboard the vessel before receiving professional treatment for his severe injuries.
The Perth man, in his 30s, was attacked near Varanus Island, which is located off the coast of Onslow in northern Western Australia.
According to a St John Ambulance spokeswoman, the man was attacked around 8.30 p.m. on Tuesday and sustained significant but non-life-threatening injuries.
He sustained "a few bites" to his body, she stated, and first aid was administered on-board the vessel.
This included administering pain medication and cleaning and bandaging his wounds.
“I believe they did an admirable job — they kept the bleeding under control,” she said.
The vessel traveled through the night to Exmouth, where paramedics met them at approximately 10.30 a.m.
The man was transported to Exmouth Hospital and is currently in a stable condition.
It is unknown whether he will require further treatment in Perth.
According to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, the attack was carried out by a lemon shark, which can grow to nearly 4m in length.