Real estate agent's courageous shark rescue caught on camera

Real estate agent captured wrestling shark out of swimming pool

Woman throws shark back into sea after it got into Sydney ocean pool

A fearless 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.

Hatheier, an agent with Cronulla Real Estate, was swimming in the pool when she passed over it, Nine News reported.

The video shows Ms Hatheier swimming in the pool when she notices the shark swimming beneath her.

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The video was posted on Facebook and has received more than 1,600 reactions and 1,300 shares as of Wednesday.

The clip then shifts towards her wrestling with the sea beast before casually picking it up.

Hatheier has become an internet sensation after the fearless act.

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Our in house Shark Wrangler Melissa Hatheier wrestling a shark out of Oak Park Rock Pool yesterday morning! So I said, 'I think I can just grab him.' So I herded him into the shallows and then I just sort of got on my knees. I started to swim around him and he became a bit stressed and started to knock his head on the rocks. "Everyone was saying, 'What do we do?'"

She added: "I thought, as long as I keep my hand near its fins it couldn't bite me; I wouldn't have grabbed it by the tail though". He wasn't that heavy but his skin was very rough, like sandpaper.

"I was just trying to catch a little shark", she told The Leader.

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Hatheier has been dubbed "the shark wrangler" by her office colleagues. "All in a day's work for a local real estate agent!" says another.

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