- A clip that showed a brave man grabbing a snake that was slithering out of a toilet went viral on Facebook
- The man seemed to struggle with getting the snake out and was joined by two other men
- Peeps were baffled by how the snake crawled up the sewage system and were horrified by the thought of using the toilet
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A video of a man reaching out and grabbing a snake from a toilet bowl was posted on Facebook. In the clip, the man was seen struggling to free the snake from the toilet and was joined by two other men to assist.
It is unclear where this incident occurred though the video was posted by TREND TOUR Thailand. This gave rise to people cautioning others to check everything in their rooms for creatures such as snakes when on vacation in Thailand.
The scary Facebook video got people doubting the safety of their toilets. Some shared their hair-raising encounters with serpents that they found in the house, while others made jokes about never using the toilet again.
Here are some of the comments:
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Ellen Villa said:
"It's happened on my toilet bowl. It was a phyton. It was really huge, but it had already crawled inside the dining room when I saw it. At first, I thought it was an IKEA snake toy. I wanted to pick it up. When I realized it was moving, I ran out of the house and called for help."
Jan Tegnér said:
"This is why men stand when they pee. Don't want to give the snakes low hanging fruit... "
Claire Causer said:
"Looks like I’m gonna have to wee in sink now."
Christian Mfon Jornsen said:
"You'll never see me anywhere near there again... Ever!!!!!!!"
Morten Flagstad said:
"This is actually very normal in Thailand. Check before you sit, the same way you always check your shoes before you put them on. And also always lift your pillow and blanket before going to bed.. "
June Hayes said:
"I got a rat up my toilet. They say your never more than 15 feet away from one. Was about a month. Before I could go with out looking down it at the same time. Never happened again. Luckily only the once but that was enough. "
Snake rescuer Nick Evans shares video of lively black mamba catch in Inanda bedroom
In another case where a snake was found in places close to humans, Briefly News reported that brave snack rescuer Nick Evans shared a video of a recent rescue of a lively black mamba in a bedroom in Inanda, KwaZulu-Natal.
He shared the clip on his YouTube channel, where he can be seen opening the door of the premises to find the venomous reptile chilling on the floor.
Armed with his tongs, Evans' attempts to catch the lively mamba, which slithers around the floor in an effort to evade him. He eventually grabs hold of it and safely holds it by the head.
“Well, that was quick and easy,” he said in the video before placing it into a secure container and later releasing it into the wild.
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