The Terrifying Moment an Orca Nibbles at Your Paddle Board

Whale hello there. Luke Reilly was stand-up paddle boarding about 200m offshore yesterday when an orca "popped up" next to him. The killer whale checked him out for about 5 minutes and even had a nibble on his board. He's lucky he's not dead. It probably thought Luke was a seal. There's a reason they're called the "killer whale" --they're an incredibly effective predator!
Fortunately, the board didn't taste like food, so the whale let it slide. This time...