The Thai resident was attacked by a two-meter python hiding in an office toilet.
45-year-old Terdsak Kaewpangpan (45-year-old Terdsak Kaewpangpan) did not notice the reptile and sat down on the toilet. Having done that, he tried to get up, but he felt that his teeth were closed on his genitals. The man immediately realized that he was dealing with a snake, grabbed her head, squeezed and pulled her from him.
Python’s teeth left four bleeding wounds. With the help of his neighbor, Kayupangpan reached the hospital, where he was given 15 stitches. Meanwhile, the snake was caught by volunteers from the animal control service. It took them about 30 minutes to remove the reptile covered with sewage from the toilet bowl.
Two months before the incident, the snake was seen in another toilet, which was in the office of Kayupangpan. Employees failed to catch her and since then no longer went there. According to one of the victims’ colleagues, they often joked about this and reminded each other that they needed to be careful.
In March, it was reported that in Australia, a python climbed into the toilet and wrapped the leg of a young man sitting on the toilet. He managed to fight off his other foot.