I’m exploring your bathroom in dагk, but I’ll tell you later that the ‘pipe’ that you ɡгаЬЬed was actually an eight-foot long snake known to man.
If you can’t, just ask Stuart Saunders, who’s had an amazing experience this week. After a large net python slithered into his flat through the toilet.
The Exeter man told Devon Live what he said after being told he had dealt with a large, potentially dangerous animal.
Because of his differences, Stuart Saunders largely ignores the quiet Dane lurking in his Market Street flat in the city center until rescue workers can help.
Eight-foot net python in Stuart Saunders’ bathroom.
And the other is the reticulated python, which, as an adult, can die – remains a complete mystery.
Stuart, who was blind from birth, described how the іnсгedіЬɩe scene occurred at around 10pm on Sunday, July 29.
“I lay in my reclining chair listening to my music. A minute later I heard ‘сгаsһ! Cool!’ and things started to get better in the bathroom.
“After a while I went into the bathroom to pick it up. I think the wind from the window might have brought them over.
“Toothbrushes and glasses, a bottle of bleach and shampoo are all gone. when i picked it up I noticed this on the floor. as if insulated
“I walked forward and picked it up. but it’s too heavy
“I called the support person on the intercom and said ‘I’m busy,’ and they come back. My friend Jason says, ‘You have a snake in your bathroom’
“We called the police, they called the RSPCA, but it was Exeter Exotics who got in touch and sorted it out for us.
“He left the bathroom disgusting. with the sound of gunfire on the wall The entire bathroom needs a deep clean.
“I’ve never had a snake in my bathroom. I was very surprised. I thought, ‘How did I get there?’ – Goodness knows, I don’t know.”
Prior to the incident, Stuart had never even caught a reptile.
Reticulated Pythons, originally from Southeast Asia, are one of the longest snakes in the world and one of the heaviest.
It’s not ⱱenomoᴜѕ, but it limits its ргeу, mostly to small mammals. But they are known to be cute and even eat humans.
Stuart’s friend and social worker Jason was stunned by the discovery.
He said: “I walked in and opened the door. I think a bottle of bleach is on the floor or something. And then there was a large snake curled up.
“And I actually had to walk in and I couldn’t because I couldn’t believe it.”
The nearby Exeter Exotics are caring for the python.
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