Mzansi Goes Into Panic Over TikTok Video of Cape Cobra Snake Slithering Into the Ocean: “New Fear Unlocked”

Mzansi Goes Into Panic Over TikTok Video of Cape Cobra Snake Slithering Into the Ocean: “New Fear Unlocked”

  • Mzansi people are officially scared of the beach thanks to a Cape cobra who decided to take a dip
  • TikTok user @bokvanblerkreal shared footage of the majestic snake body surfing as if it were on vacay
  • People went into a panic and made it clear that they will no longer be seeing them in the water

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Just when people with a fear of snakes thought they were relatively safe at the beach, a Cape Cobra comes along and takes a dip.

Cape cobra in the ocean
TikTok user @bokvanblerkreal shared footage of the majestic snake body surfing as if it were on vacay. Image: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

The TikTok video has every person second-guessing if it was seaweed touching their leg the last time they went for a swim or if it was a frikken snake!

TikTok user @bokvanblerkreal shared a video of a Cape Cobra casually playing in the waves on a local beach. The snake looked super chilled, swimming back and forth in the waves.

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Take a look for yourself:

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Getting facts from the snake professionals

Briefly News spoke to Ralph Riggens from Ultimate Exotics to find out if this is normal for a Cape Cobra. This is what he said:

“Cape cobras have a large distribution range, extending across the Western, Northern and Eastern Cape, they are found mostly in arid, rocky regions so it is rather unusual to find one swimming in the ocean, hopefully, the lost Cape cobra found his way home ”

The people of Mzansi scratch beach visit off of their weekend plans

The people of Mzansi were not loving the snake beach action at all. This had many claiming a ‘new fear’ had been unlocked and the beach is no longer their safe place lol.

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See some of the funny comments:

@Miss _ Jay said:

“Nee!! iemand ht gese dis mooi ♀️am leaving vacations with immediate effect.”

@nasreen.k4 said:

“Now you gave me phobia. I will always think the ocean has venom in it”

@Hurricane_Dawn said:

“That's me I will be screaming like a little girl.”

@BerlindaLeigh said:

“Cape Town I am in Cape Town! think Imma give the beach a skip ”

@Nkosikhona said:

“You'll never see me at a beach with murky waters again.”

Snake big enough to swallow a human sends TikTok users into frenzy: Man sets trap to catch the huge serpent

In related news, Briefly News reported that snakes are sneaky critters and one of the most feared things in the world. Brave men set a trap to catch a snake that looked big enough to swallow a human whole.

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Most people have watched terrifying movies where snakes eat humans, and it has left people fearful for life. No matter how big or small the snake, best believe someone will be screaming.

TikTok user @joshchancey55 shared a video showing how the men caught the huge snake. It is an eye-opener watching the snake come out of the water – it is ginormous!

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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