NewsVenomous Snake Found Hiding Among Laundry in Bedroom

Venomous Snake Found Hiding Among Laundry in Bedroom

On March 15th, a ​reptile wrangler was ⁢summoned to a residence in Queensland, Australia, where an eastern​ brown snake, the world’s second-most venomous species, was discovered attempting to conceal itself amidst a mound of undergarments ⁤in a woman’s bedroom.

Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 shared a video⁢ on Facebook capturing snake ‍catcher Daniel Rumsey’s interaction with the juvenile serpent.

The footage depicts ‍the snake maneuvering through a heap​ of clothing, ⁣with Rumsey noting in the‍ video, “Attempting to‍ camouflage itself ‍among the undergarments, on the second floor, is the planet’s second most poisonous snake.”

The occupant of the bedroom expressed gratitude to the snake catcher in a‌ comment‍ on the social media post,​ stating,‍ “Fortunately, he poked his head out from beneath my housemate’s door, otherwise, he‍ would have remained⁣ unnoticed, and I might have been bitten when ⁤retiring for the night.”

Following its capture, the snake⁢ was transported to a remote wilderness area for release.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Subscribe Today

GET EXCLUSIVE FULL ACCESS TO PREMIUM CONTENT

SUPPORT NONPROFIT JOURNALISM

EXPERT ANALYSIS OF AND EMERGING TRENDS IN CHILD WELFARE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE

TOPICAL VIDEO WEBINARS

Get unlimited access to our EXCLUSIVE Content and our archive of subscriber stories.

Exclusive content

Latest article

More article