Estate agent wrestles shark in Sydney pool rescue

Estate agent wrestles shark in Sydney pool rescue

Estate agent wrestles shark in Sydney pool rescue

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

Melissa Hatheier, 50, had no hesitation jumping into the ocean pool at Cronulla in southern Sydney when she spotted the Port Jackson shark swimming around the bottom.

"Our in-house Shark wrangler Melissa Hatheier wrestling a shark out of Oak Park Rock Pool yesterday morning!"

"He was pretty distressed and bumping into things, so I just followed him around for a bit", she said.

While Hatheier was applauded for her bravery, she said she knew Port Jackson sharks are relatively harmless.

You're going for a quick dip in an ocean pool and you catch sight of a shark in the water: what do you do?

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"I wasn't scared. I was just thinking he was trapped in this rock pool and I needed to help him out". So I said, 'I think I can just grab him'.

I herded the shark into the shallows and then I just sort of jumped on him and put my knees on his fins.

The video shows Ms Hatheier swimming in the pool when she notices the shark swimming beneath her. "I just dived on him".

Hatheier said she made sure to grab it around the neck so it couldn't swing around and bite her, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. After getting close to it, Hatheier said the shark became stressed and started hitting its head against the rocks.

The video was uploaded to Facebook and viewed nearly 20,000 times in 24 hours.

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