6ft snake emerges from toilet to bite housewife

A Singapore housewife who felt a sharp

pain in her thigh while on the toilet was

horrified to discover a six-foot python had

emerged from the toilet bowl and sunk its

teeth into her leg.

Noraslinda Asat , 34, was in the ground-floor

toilet of her home when she heard a bubbling

noise and felt the bite. After several attempts

at grabbing the snake, she pulled it off.

Mrs Asat estimated that the snake was 6ft long

and as thick as her husband's forearm.

After a short time in hospital, where she

received an injection for the bite, she was

discharged, but Mrs Asat has revealed the real

damage is psychological.

She is so traumatised that she is afraid to use

the toilet in her home, preferring to go to

public ones instead.

Officers from Animal Concerns Research and

Education Society were unable to find the

snake after being called to the scene. A friend

of Mr and Mrs Asat later saw the snake in a

manhole but was also unable to catch it.

This is the second time a snake has been found

at the Asat home. Mrs Asat's mother also saw a

snake in the toilet bowl but it slithered back

inside when it saw her.


Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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