“Much Suspense”: Mzansi Hails Snake Catcher Nick Evans' Bravery While Catching Black Mamba

“Much Suspense”: Mzansi Hails Snake Catcher Nick Evans' Bravery While Catching Black Mamba

  • Nick Evans is once again being hailed as a hero after working so hard to catch a dangerous black mamba that was hiding under a rock
  • The brave snake rescuer, Evans, says a local father went to pick up the ball as he played with his son but discovered there was an uninvited guest in the yard
  • Many locals are impressed as they say the video was packed with suspense and it kept them on the edge of their seats as they waited for the final scene

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“Well done Nick”: These are the words echoed by many South African social media users who are impressed by Nick Evans. Evans is a well-known snake rescuer and he just had the daunting task of catching a black mamba.

Evans says his mission was made difficult by resilient ants who kept disturbing him as he tried by all means to catch the crawling creature hidden under a rock. The Durban-based man says a Westville father was playing soccer with his son when he spotted the dangerous serpent. He wrote:

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“Having ants crawl all over you, and bite you, while you're looking for and catching a black mamba, isn't the best, but it's what we had to deal with on this call recently! A father had gone down to the bottom of his Dawncliffe, Westville garden to fetch his son's ball. He wasn't able to fetch it and continue their game, because the ball had stopped right next to a basking black mamba!
“Yes yes, I know, some of you are going to be saying, 'Why were you wearing slops?' Well, I was in a shop when I got the call. I don't walk around in boots. Also, the description I got, of the situation, didn't sound like boots were needed!”
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South Africa is wowed by snake catcher Nick Evans. Image: @NickEvans/Facebook
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The post reads:

Libby venter Johns said:

“Well done Nick, love watching your rescues so exciting.”

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Sandy Narraway said:

“Had me sitting on the edge of my seat.”

Lavya Badat said:

“You are just amazing the lengths you go through to make a catch and keep us safe as well as the snake safe really commendable Nick.”

Jenny Matthews said:

“Edge of the chair watching. Brilliant. Well done. I shall refrain from mentioning footwear.”

Raksha Naidoo said:

“The lengths that you go to, to save a snake is commendable.”

Zaheer Ismail said:

“Better the ant bites than a snake bite for me, any day!”

Rob Smit said:

“Who’s the German in the background saying, 'This is the Wurst?' Well done!”

Zama Mthembu said:

“The most suspenseful video I've watched in a while.”

"Amazing": Domestic worker finds 12 snakes, calls Nick Evans for urgent help

In another recent article, Briefly News reported that Nick Evans was in the spotlight for his bravery again and captured the attention of many social media users. The snake rescuer shared a thrilling post on his Facebook page after catching a number of snakes after they were spotted by a domestic worker.

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Evans says he managed to rescue and relocate 12 reptiles that were non-poisonous, although they looked like a green mamba.

In a lengthy post, he says he received a photo of one and explained he had to go with Miguel and Micaela da Fonseca from the South Coast.

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