Ms. Tanyarat Youngsook alerted rescue officers on Saturday, 24 April 2017, after a 2-meter long cobra was seen on the toilet seat in her parents’ house in Pan Thong district of Chon Buri.
According to Tanyarat, she noticed upon a visit to the toilet that the toilet water was murky. But the snake appeared when she flushed the toilet with water. She screamed for help whilst sprinting out of the toilet.
Thai PBS reported that the 2 metre-long snake was a cobra, after rescue workers managed to catch the snake for about half an hour.
It still unknown as to how the cobra got into the toilet seat, but it was later released into the wilderness, the report added.
Photo screen grabbed from Thai PBS’s video
- Best date for Thailand to reopen is Dec 15, says top health official - October 18, 2021
- Pinay teacher in Bangkok needs cash donation for her brain surgery - June 17, 2021
- Filipino teacher in Sukhothai breaks collarbone in motorcycle accident - September 9, 2020