A mum 'wrangles' a shark during her morning swim and throws it out of a beachside rock pool to huge cheers in this astonishing footage.
It was, real estate agent Melissa Hatheier claimed, just what she does in the office - relocating things needing a new home.
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Melissa - now dubbed the "Shark Wrangler" by colleagues - went for a swim in the pool in the beachside suburb of Cronulla on Sydney's southside.
However, the swim was soon disrupted when her mum noticed a fin in the water while swimming with her group of friends and yelled "Oh my god, get out - there's a shark!"
Video shot by Melissa's daughter shows the mum fearless of the shark - swimming almost over it in the pool.
Melissa Hatheier throws the shark out of the Sydney beach rock pool
Melissa giving an interview for Australia's Today breakfast television show
She then appears to wrestle with the shark and pick it up in her arms.
She carries it over to the edge of the pool and tosses it back into the ocean.
People watching on cheered loudly.
Melissa swims over the shark after it was spotted by her mum's swimming group
The shark in the rock pool
Melissa told Channel Nine's Today show: "I herded him into the shallows and then I just got him with my knees, with his fins, and threw him back and saved him,."
TV host Karl Stefanovic said: "Just a can-do woman."
Melissa continued: "I wasn't (scared). I was just thinking he was trapped in this rock pool and I needed to help him out.
"I'm a real estate agent. My job is to help people relocate to their perfect homes. I just helped the shark relocate to the ocean.
She grabbed it by the fin
Melissa Hatheier returns the shark to the ocean
"If you need any property out this way....
Stefanovic interjected: "It was a ploy! It was actually just a flat head!"
Video of the incident has now gone viral on Facebook.
Cronulla Real Estate wrote on Facebook of its staffer: "Our in house Shark Wrangler Melissa Hatheier wrestling a shark out of Oak Park Rock Pool yesterday morning!
"Nice work Mel! #nextlevel #classicMel."
The business has since posted a photo saying Mel was getting ready to appear on Australian breakfast television show Today.