Snake in the toilet strikes again!
A battle between a woman and a snake ensued in the toilet on January 12, 2020. Photos shared on Facebook showed both parties were bleeding, indicating that the fight was not easy.
“We didn’t think that this won’t happen to us,” narrated Chunya Sittiwichai, the daughter of the woman who fought the snake. “But it happened in my own house. How can a snake this size be in the toilet? Let me tell you what happened to Anna, my mother. She went to use the toilet as usual. Our home is a village, not in the forest or the middle of nowhere. The snake bit my mother as she sat on the toilet.”
“This is when the horror started. My mother grabbed it’s head and tried to pull it off her body. Well, the snake just wouldn’t let go. It started to wrap itself around my mother squeezing in tighter and tighter. My mother tried to grab the head but it just wouldn’t let go and her wound started to get larger. It was if she was stabbed. She screamed at my brother, well he was scared of the snake and handed my mom a cutter,” Chunya said.
“My mom used the cutter on the snake but the skin was so rough that she accidentally cut her self about 3 centimeters deep. My mom almost lost it while the snake continued squeezing. This is when my mother thought of my grandmother for help. I don’t know how but my mother finally got the snake to stop biting her. She pushed the head on the floor and screamed for my brother to get a hammer. After some hitting the snake finally stopped squeezing. My brother pulled her out of the toilet and locked the snake inside,” she further stated.
“The rescue team came to retrieve the snake and my father took my mom to the hospital, she received stitches from the snake bite and the cutter wound. My mom is so brave, I would have fainted in the toilet. I learned to always look at the toilet before using it even if it seems impossible for a snake to be inside,” Chunya added.
Make sure that nothing is lurking or slithering when you sit on the throne. A friendly reminder from The Pinoy Legacy.
Source: Thai Residents
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