Real estate agent's fearless shark rescue caught on camera

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

She is seen swimming towards the shark in a beachside rock pool in Sydney, Australia.

A video was posted on Facebook showing real estate agent Melissa Hatheier cornering the Port Jackson shark in the Cronulla rockpool, in Sydney's south, before reaching down and wrestling the creature into her arms.

Melissa Hatheier picked up the shark with her bare hands and tossed it back into the ocean on Monday.

Hatheier has become an internet sensation after the fearless act. "I would have walked on water to get out of the pool".

Desperately wanting a safe swim, Melissa Hatheier was filmed wrestling with the unexpected guest at the Cronulla Beach rock pool.

"I picked him up and thought 'he's not even that heavy".

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"I herded him into the shallows, got him between my knees and just lifted him out", Hatheier told the Today Show.

"Everyone was saying, 'What do we do?' Mum even rang triple zero and the police came".

She added, "I was thinking I just need to put him back where he is meant to be".

I wouldn't have done it with a great white.I thought, as long as I keep my hand near its fins it couldn't bite me; I wouldn't have grabbed it by the tail though.

"I was just trying to catch a little shark", she told The Leader. She joked while speaking on the show that "As a real estate agent I'm used to relocating people and this was similar".

Hatheier told The ABC she may not have been so brazen had the shark been a bigger breed, however.

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