We wouldn't want to be in that guy's shoes when this happened!
A man working on a home in Hialeah, Fla. was scared silly when he discovered a 14-foot python in the house's shed!!!
The Miami-Dade Venom Unit responded and declared the yellow and white snake to be a Burmese Python before they hauled the slithering fellow away in a laundry bag.
It took more than a few people to gather the strength to lift the 100 pound reptile!
The python was eating a cat's skull when it was found - which may be bad news for any cat owners in the area missing their feline friend!
Here's what Miami's Venom Unit official said:
That is totally a trouser snake in our pants because we ARE happy to see her!
Dannii Minogue posted a picture of herself with her OWN snake on Instagram!
And she looked pretty amazing with it!
Here's what she wrote:
"#BINTM #stylefile #JasperConran bodice, #SnehaArora trousers, #NeridaWinter bowler. #pythonoptional"
So we guess that's a python snake???
Whatever it is - it looks very cool!
We hope you're treating that python well!
And be careful!
Not sure if you saw Anaconda, but some snakes can be scary!! Maybe not pythons, but still better to be safe than sorry!
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This is seriously disturbing and awful and we're just sick to our stomachs!!
Global Captive Breeders was investigated by PETA, undercover of course, and it was found that unspeakable acts of cruelty were being perpetrated at the facility.
Mitchell Behm, the 54-year-old owner, and David Delgado, also known as Jose Magana, the 29-year-old manager, have been arrested and are charged with over 100 counts of felony animal cruelty for the treatment of their 18,400 rats and 600 reptiles.
A 35-year-old man in northern Israel had his (and all mens') worst nightmare come true…
While taking a pee pee at his parents' house while visiting one day, a snake popped out of the toilet and bit him right on the penis!!
In northeastern Australia, police were dumbfounded by a crazy crime scene at a Queensland charity store.
There was a large hole in the ceiling and a stinky pool of vomit-like liquid on the floor.
The investigators thought a person had gone on a rampage in the store, saying:
A South Florida car dealership got a weird request when a woman lost her pet inside of the paneling of her car.
Oh, did we mention her pet was a 7-foot-long boa constrictor??
She took her Mini Cooper to Vista BMW in Coconut Creek and told the men her problem. She had put her pet snake in the back of her car, but didn't use a travel bag like she normally did.
During the car ride, he went exploring and found his way into the car paneling.
The mechanic who helped rescue the snake said:
Oh wow… that is SUPER creepy!!
A woman who owned a 16-foot-long albino Burmese python posted a pretty nightmarish video online of her giant pet snake that is seen s-S-s-S-S-slowly opening a door then falling to the floor with a loud thud.
There's just something about the way that snake moves and just drops that is so… unsettling.
The video's description said:
"Bored of being in a dark room, she flips on the light, opens the door and bails. This particular episode takes place at 1 a.m. This is why we keep doors locked with her around. We don't need her harassing the neighbors."
Bored of being in a dark room??
More like "Bored of not having her owner in her stomach, she opens the door and moves in to get her chow on!" LOLz!
Check out the video (above) and let us know if it's creeping you out as much as it is us!!