The woman was seen picking up the shark before gently throwing it back into the ocean.
Sydney real estate agent Melissa Hatheier was swimming in the Oak Park rock pool near Cronulla when she spotted the shark trapped in a rock pool, presumably because of the low tide. "I saw it and it was just a little Port Jackson so I just thought I should chuck him out".
Hatheier swam into the pool to grab a hold of the shark before carrying it to the edge of the pool and tossing it back into the ocean. And they didn't know what to do.
She added, "I was thinking I just need to put him back where he is meant to be".
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Her intervention, filmed by her daughter on a mobile phone, has turned Ms Hatheier into an internet sensation after video of the shark's removal went viral.
"I picked him up and thought 'he's not even that heavy".
The video posted on Cronulla Real Estate's Facebook page garnered over 100,000 views and 900 shares at the time of publishing this article. After getting close to it, Hatheier said the shark became stressed and started hitting its head against the rocks.
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