- A group of South African men showed their bravery as they pulled and dragged a large snake out of a bush
- The 30-second clip was shared to Twitter by @BlackLwendo and has already gained over 11 000 views
- Many Saffa tweeps showed concern for the men while others attempted to make jokes
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A rather peculiar video of a group of men pulling a large snake out of a bush has made its way onto social media. The 30-second clip was shared to Twitter by @BlackLwendo recently and South Africans are kind-of shook.
Many tweeps shared jokes while others were concerned about the men handling the large snake in the way they did. The short video has already gained over 11 000 views on the social networking site.
Although the snake was massive and powerful, it did not attempt to attack anyone who was handling it. It chose to slither back into the bush it came from without harming those around it.
Take a look at the harrowing clip below:
Here are some of the responses to the video:
"It’s the “Don’t kill him” for me. Then it goes and kills something."
"I would be gone, running 200km/h going home."
@Tammzzie quote tweeted the video with the caption reading:
"What job description is this?!"
Summer is time for a lot of snakes to come out of hiding. Briefly.co.za recently reported on a snake handler who found a cobra stuck under a KZN family's car. Jason Arnold was recently called out to a home in Reservoir Hills, KZN after the family spotted a brown snake going into their car.
Arnold, a snake handler, shared a 13-minute video of his capture of the cobra. Arnold said he was called out to the area after the family saw a large brown snake. In the video, Arnold says that from the description he was given, the snake could've been a Mozambique spitting cobra.
After searching for the snake, Arnold managed to extract the one-metre long cobra from the workings of the family's car. He confirmed that it was a male cobra.
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