THIS is the jaw-dropping moment an Aussie bloke shoos off a gigantic 16ft crocodile off an Outback walking track with just his CAP. Outback wrangler Matt Wright can be heard saying “go on mate” and “good boy” as he calmly moves the ferocious beast on in the incredible video captured at Sweets Lagoon near Darwin. In the clip, Matt, star of National Geographic’s Outback Wrangler, waves his cap at the beast in a bid to get him back in the water. Seemingly out of luck, Matt then waves a small branch at the crocodile – known as Sweets Lagoons resident alpha ‘Otis’. “Go on mate, go on,” he says, seeing the croc flail his tail in the air. Annoyed at the wrangler’s pestering, Otis begins to make its way to the nearest river. “Go, come on. Get out,” Matt adds as the creature slowly disappears into the water. After successfully coaxing the 2204lb beast away, the Aussie TV star says: “Good boy.” And despite what most would class as a tense situation to find themselves in, he simply adds: “Alright, let’s go.” MAKE IT SNAPPY! Otis was thought to have been blocking the road as he was “sunning himself during… Read full this story
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