The 28-year-old was saved by one other surfer who pulled him onto his board and paddled him to shore at Bunker Bay.
WA shark attack survivor Phil Mummert
Phil Mummert was all smiles, simply hours after virtually being killed by a 4 metre nice white shark (9News)

Mr Mummert wanted emergency surgical procedure to sew up deep wounds to his leg and arm.

A slice of his board confirmed large chunk marks.

Paradoxically, one of many bites was simply millimetres from a tattoo of a shark’s jaw on Phil’s arm.

His girlfriend gave family and friends an replace in a publish on social media.

“Phil’s surgical procedure went rather well and he is now recovering,” she wrote.

“An enormous thanks to everybody who has helped out throughout all this chaos”

WA shark attack survivor Phil Mummert
Mr Mummert wanted emergency surgical procedure to sew up deep wounds to his leg and arm. (9News)

She mentioned she was on the seashore with their pet because the nightmare unfolded.

Fellow surfer Alex Oliver was one of many individuals who risked their life to assist rescue Mr Mummert. He pulled the injured geologist onto his personal board.

“I simply type of went straight to him and everybody’s type of gone that manner,” Mr Oliver advised 9News.

“By the point I bought there he was simply holding the nostril of his board, simply type of jabbing the shark you already know.”

WA shark attack Phil Mummert
Different surfers and beachgoers helped stem the bleeding from the chunk till the rescue chopper arrived (9News)

They paddled again to shore, the place beachgoers helped stem the bleeding from the chunk till the rescue chopper arrived.

Regardless of the trauma his saviours say Mr Mummert fully calm all through the complete ordeal.

“Cool as a cucumber, did not shout, did not scream, did not cry simply chilled,” Mr Oliver mentioned.

WA shark attack Phil Mummert
The chunk marks on Mr Mummert’s board inform the story (9News)

“Should have been in shock, I do not know – will need to have been a tricky nut.”