This is a new segment I am creating. Of course it is called SnakeTime, basically it is International Snake News.
The incident occurred when a man living at the Maroochy River (Queensland, Australia) found a power outlet in his home, which was not working and smoke came out from the wall. While unplugging it to test, he was startled to see a long snake hiding inside the wall, behind the socket.
Wildlife rescue service was quickly called to the scene. Richie Gilbert, the snake expert said the stuck snake was a carpet python. Gilbert had to be very difficult and took a long time to be able to pull up the python out of where it stuck.
“It took me an hour to pull the snake up”, said Gilbert Richie. “Because of too scared, the snake rolled more tightly, causing to rescue it more difficult. I had to make 2 holes in the wall to rescue the snake”.
After being rescued, the python was brought to the zoo for treatment of wounds caused by an electric shock, before being released back into the environment. It is still unclear how the snake can get into and be trapped behind the plug socket.
Diamond pythons (also called carpet pythons) are non-venomous, but they may grow to reach of up to 30 in length.
Big news out of whatever non english speaking country this happened in. Huge snake, 30 in. I am not thinking of how long 30 inches actually is, but 30 is a big number. To state this for the record, the first time I saw this I totally thought this was fake. That picture looks like some fucking tiger skin coat that cougar from last week wore.
My Question here is why did they take the snake out? Snakes love the inside of walls. They chill there eat the mice and tend to the wiring. They are like a repitilian IT force that also does pest removal. Only set backs are the vast amount of snake skin that may accumulate. The plus side of that though is all you buddies will think you fuck all day erry day. But again the money you save on condoms and maintenance is insane.
Maybe they do not believe in snake slavery, but it is not slavery they get feed in mice and large insects and a warm home. That is all a simpleton snake needs. The minute we start debating snake rights is the minute we start debating gerbil rights and that is not on the docket until 2020.
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