Alabama police removes massive snake from toilet, inform about incident in cheeky post
In the post, the police posted a picture of a Gray Rat snake coiled up inside the toilet seat
Encountering a snake anywhere is a fear all of us have. But finding a snake in your house, and too in your toilet?
That’s the stuff of nightmares. But such an unusual incident occurred recently when a Gray Rat snake was found in the toilet of a home in Alabama, United States.
The Eufaula Alabama Police Department came to the rescue and removed the unwelcomed creature from the toilet seat. The department also shared a hilarious post about the incident.
In the post, Eufaula Alabama posted a picture of that snake coiled up inside the toilet seat. The department stated that the reptile had been moved to a more suitable environment. The department also joked about the reptile’s presence in the house, adding that, “he was just trying to reach the homeowner about their car’s extended warranty”.
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In the comments section, many people were confused about how the snake reached this unusual place. “How in the world did it get inside the toilet?”, a user wrote. “How did this even happen?” another account said.
Some users commented that if they ever find a snake in their toilet, then they will be so scared that they would never even come back inside their house. A user commented, “If it ever happens with me, it is going to be the last time that I ever stepped inside my house.” “If this occurred to me, I would put a ‘For Sale’ sign in my yard on the same day,” another claimed.
This is not the first time that a snake has been found in a toilet. A video shared on Instagram in August this year shows a snake can be seen quickly coming out of a toilet seat. In the clip, a person from the rescue team can be seen trying to catch the reptile with a snake hook. As he does that, the creature quickly tries to move itself away from the hook, but fails to do so.
Watch the clip here:
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People were quick to fill the comments section with humorous remarks. “This is just a normal day in Australia.”, a user commented. Others thought it was too scary.
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