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13 October 2017, 12:28 | Max Haynes
The brave agent'herded the shark into shallow water and then bent over to pick it
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.
Not keen on finishing her swim early, a Sydney women made a decision to throw the pesky shark out of the pool.
Melissa Hatheier, a real estate agent, told Australia's Channel 9's Today show she came home from the gym Monday morning when she spotted her mother swimming in the rock pool. Huge cheers could be heard in the background as she succeeded in lifting the shark up and threw it back into the sea.
The video was posted to the Facebook page of Cronulla Real Estate, the company Hatheier works for when not wrestling sharks. She made a decision to catch the shark in the shallows so she could get ahold of it. "I saw it and it was just a little Port Jackson so I just thought I should chuck him out".
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"He was getting stressed because he was bumping into the rocks and I was thinking I just need to put him back where he is meant to be. I just threw him over the edge of the pool into the water and watched him swim away", she explained, News.com.au reported. "I trapped him in a shallow place, and n I caught him jumping on it. I just dived on him".
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