A woman's courageous antics went viral after footage showed her picking up a shark, wrestling with and before and throwing it back into the sea.
An Australian estate agent who picked up a shark and heaved it out of a beachside swimming pool played down her bravery today and said she would have thought twice had it been a great white. "I was feeling sorry for him", she said.
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The bottom-dweller Port Jackson shark is considered harmless to people.
The shark became trapped when it rode a wave or ocean surge into the rock pool that is separated from the ocean by a wall.
After being alerted, Hatheier is filmed picking up the shark before carrying it in her arms over to the pool's ledge and releasing it into the ocean.
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"Our in house Shark Wrangler Melissa Hatheier wrestling a shark out of Oak Park Rock Pool yesterday morning!"
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. So I said, 'I think I can just grab him'. I just thought I would try and catch him.
This video already has over 100,000 views on Facebook and has been shared almost a thousand times. "With his fins, I picked him up and helped him back", she said.
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