Surfer uses board to fend off shark that bit his leg at a beach in Australia’s New South Wales

A man used his surfboard to fend off a shark that bit him on his calf near an Australian beach, two days after a fatal attack on the Great Barrier Reef.
Lee Jonsson, a 43-year-old teacher’s aide at a local school, was bitten on Wednesday at Shelly Beach off Ballina in New South Wales state. Japanese surfer Tadashi Nakahara died at the same beach in 2015 after a great white shark 3 to 4 metres long tore off both his legs.
Government shark experts measured the tooth imprints in Jonsson…