Fearless Real Estate Agent Catches Shark And Throws It Back Into Ocean

13 October, 2017, 00:29 | Author: Warren Cooper
  • Hands down the most Australian thing I have ever seen: The video was uploaded to social media and watched almost 20,000 times in 24 hours

This mother of a family was coming for a swim in the pool, ocean to Oak Park in Cronulla (Australia) when she saw the small shark. She takes a moment to pick up the animal, which is half her size, and lobs it over the edge of the pool.

Melissa Hatheier stalks the stranded shark from above. She pressed on its fins so she wouldn't get bitten.

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

"So I came down, there was a bit of a crew down here, and had a look and he was a little Port Jackson and was doing laps of the pool and I said, you know I'm going to go in and check him out", Hatheier told Today. The water was very clear and it was easy to see the shark swimming around.

Hatheier, an agent with Cronulla Real Estate, was swimming in the pool when she passed over it, Nine News reported. It received 316,000 views and made Hatheier a social media star.

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Ms Hatheier filmed the footage by celebrating.

Hatheier said the shark was "stressed" because it was trapped between the rocks, separated from the ocean and his natural habitat.

The crowd of onlookers cheered after she tossed the shark into the ocean, to which she raised her arms in triumph. Hatheier mentioned that she wouldn't have tried to lift a fully grown shark. "If it had big teeth I wouldn't have done it".

A Sydney real estate agent has been captured putting fear aside and wrangling a shark during a mid-morning dip in Cronulla.



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