Si Racha — A three-meter-long python stuck in several pipes on a drain cover went viral on social media.
According to Pattaya News, a concerned resident notified rescue workers at around 3 pm yesterday (July 12) of the python’s predicament on Soi Khao Din in Nong Kham.
When rescuers arrived, they carefully pulled the three-meter-long python from the manhole.
“I was driving home on my motorbike when I saw several dogs in the middle of the road barking furiously at the drain. I stopped to see what they were looking at and that is when I noticed the python. I kept the dogs from attacking the reptile as I called for assistance,” said Mr. Petcharat Promueang.
Petcharat said that the snake looked like it just finished a meal, part of the reason it was unable to escape the storm drain.
The snake will reportedly be taken to a wooded area nearby and released and will not be harmed, according to animal control workers, the report added.
Source: The Pattaya News
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