Woman Finds A Giant Wild Snake Just Chilling In Her Bed
Would you ever sleep there again? 😱
When a woman in Nambour, Australia, arrived home one afternoon last week, she was hoping to have a relaxing evening. She headed into her bedroom, flicked on the lights — and suddenly got the shock of her life.
A 7-foot-long carpet python was slithering over her bed, and she promptly lost her mind.
“Let’s just say there was a lot of yelling and screaming,” Stuart McKenzie, of Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7, wrote on Facebook.
The woman immediately ran out of the house and contacted McKenzie, and absolutely refused to go back inside until the snake was safely removed. When McKenzie arrived she was still outside, patiently waiting very far away from the door.
While the woman was obviously not a huge fan of snakes, McKenzie is, so he headed inside to try and find the snake and get him back outside where he belonged.
“The snake was chilling out on the bed when she first came in but continued to move around the room until I arrived,” McKenzie told The Dodo.
After looking around for a bit, McKenzie found him. While the snake seemed quite comfortable in the house, McKenzie gently brought him back outside where he would be safe and more at home.
With a little investigating, he was able to determine that the snake had gotten inside through a rip in the fly screen on the front door.
The woman doubtless set to work fixing the hole in her door right away — and will probably be checking under her bed before going to sleep for a while.