Large python slithers up to the side of the house in Australia
Raw video: Australian man records and almost 10 metres reptiles to climb his house.
A homeowner in Australia caught an unwanted surprise on camera: a nearly 10-meter-long python slithering its way up the side of his house.
Robbie Knill saw the snake as he was hanging laundry outside his home.
“I’m glad I was, hanging out the washing, because the woman would probably never do it again, if it was her,” Knill told myGC, a local Australian news outlet, adding that he “didn’t know they could climb houses like that.”
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That said, this is not the first time Knill has been spotted on the python. The Gold Coast man said the snake has lived on the roof of his backyard shed for about six months.
“He just continues to hang. He comes outside and sees me as I am working in the barn,” he said. “I have no problems with him and he has no problems with me.”
Separately, people in London were shocked at the sight of a large boa constrictor wrapping itself around what is probably a dead pigeon in the weekend.
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A local resident began with the recording of the shocking video as the bird was almost halfway down the snake’s throat.
Fox News’ Jennifer Earl contributed to this report.
Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.