- A python has been uncovered in an Australian toilet, apparently a regular occurrence in the rural parts of the country
- Not to worry though, the slithering reptile was released back into the wild by volunteers who were thoughtful enough to find the snake a new home
- Social media users were definitely intrigued by the short clip and shared their thoughts on what they might do if faced with a similar situation
A shockingly big snake has just been dug out of an Australian toilet. A video of the unusual incident was shared online, but apparently, events like these are pretty normal down under.
The clip was shared on Twitter by the online news platform @nowthisnews. While an 8-foot snake in the toilet may come as a surprise to other people, it's clear from the clip that locals handle the lethal animal with a familiar ease.
The carpet python was carefully removed by wildlife volunteers who helped the animal find a suitable home. They say it took some 'encouraging words and gentle persuasion but the job was done.
Check out some of the comments below:
"I’m thinking this is because a lot of their toilets are still outside the main house."
"I Heard Australia is very known for things like this."
"I would move apartments if that happened to me"
"Tell me again why white people invaded Australia?"
"The Aborigines Strike Back."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a gentleman whose name is not disclosed is cracking lots of ribs on social media after a video of him fruitlessly attempting to prove he was a big guy surfaced.
In the footage that is fast going viral, the gentleman amidst cheers from his friends boldly dipped his android phone in water that contained ice to show the crowd that it was waterproof. However, shortly after the phone got in contact with water, the backlight went off and all attempts made by the gentleman to get it working again proved futile.
Realizing what had happened, the gentleman faked a smile to make it look as though everything was still under control but that even cracked the viewers up the more.
Gvangahun suggested that the gentleman was misled into thinking his phone had the water-resistant feature:
"Someborry gave him wrong information"
spill_twist also indicated that the young man simply wanted to follow other people but was blind in doing so:
"Siiaaa,what apple Dey do .u wan do some"
me_maame_effeh mentioned that she had a strong conviction about where the young man bought his phone:
"I'm sure he bought it from Circle"
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