Melissa Hatheier picked up the shark with her bare hands and tossed it back into the ocean on Monday.
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. And they didn't know what to do.
'I thought, you know what - if i can just herd him into the shallows I think I can pick him up. "With his fins, I picked him up and helped him back".
Hatheier said the shark was "stressed" because it was trapped between the rocks, separated from the ocean and his natural habitat. So I said, 'I think I can just grab him'. "All in a day's work for a local real estate agent!" says another. She described holding the shark in her arms as "kind of like a toddler", according to the BBC.
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