Sydney real estate agent wrestles shark out of pool

Sydney real estate agent wrestles shark out of pool

Sydney real estate agent wrestles shark out of pool

Sydney real estate agent Melissa Hatheier has attracted a fair bit of attention after catching a shark with her bare hands on Monday and returning it to the ocean.

A courageous woman has been nicknamed the "shark wrangler" after she discovered a shark in a swimming pool and boldly picked it up and tossed it back in the ocean. When the Police were unsure what to do about the animal, Hatheier took matters into her own hands.

The shark was thought to be a Port Jackson, and Hatheier's act in freeing it has been dubbed "the most Australian thing ever" on social media. Her video of casually transferring a shark from a pool back into the ocean has left people thoroughly impressed.

"I herded him into the shallows, got him between my knees and just lifted him out", Hatheier told the Today Show. "All in a day's work for a local real estate agent!" says another.

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Not keen on finishing her swim early, a Sydney women made a decision to throw the pesky shark out of the pool.

Check out their singing and swimming below.

The woman was seen picking up the shark before gently throwing it back into the ocean. I just thought I would try and catch him. I then grabbed him by the neck so he couldn't swing around and bite me.

By holding the bronze whaler upside down, Ms Hatheier put the shark into a state of paralysis called "tonic immobility", meaning she could safely move it without putting herself in danger.

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