The lizard chases the man before climbing up his leg and torso.
A budding wildlife photographer had a close call with a frilled-neck lizard when he was chased and climbed by the reptile.
The 18-year-old said he tried to move the animal to safety while exploring Western Australia’s Kimberley region, 100 km northwest of Fitzroy Crossing. He tried to move the lizard to safety after seeing it soaking up the sun on the road. The lizard didn't want his help however as it promptly attacked him, only running away after being thrown from his torso.