Trauma discovery in bed :- – my worst nightmare!

Trauma discovery in bed :- – my worst nightmare!

The discovery of an exciting bed has paved the way for many foreign newspapers in recent days.

Snake catcher Joey Zack, 37, had to rush home in Queensland, Australia where a woman was taking her midday nap – which was suddenly interrupted by giant Eastern Brown Snoke.

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I got chills from this

I got chills from this


“pathotoxic”

The eastern brown snake is a snake you can see every now and then in Australia, we have to believe Zack himself:

– This is an acquaintance, yes! It’s actually a very venomous snake, too, he tells Dagbladet.

He says that the length of the brown spear is usually about one and a half meters, but at its longest it can reach 2.4 meters in length.

Light Visit: This brown boa has taken the liberty of occupying a woman's bed - just before her midday nap!  Photo: Facebook.

Light Visit: This brown boa has taken the liberty of occupying a woman’s bed – just before her midday nap! Photo: Facebook.
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Zach has worked with snakes and reptiles for over a decade. Just a couple of weeks ago, he himself had been repeatedly bitten by a snake – which he thought was quite the “bad ass”.

However, the 37-year-old is well aware that not everyone is equally excited about encountering snakes in and out of season, and therefore rushed out when the ranger’s phone rang at Zachery’s Snake and Reptile Relocation yesterday.

huge catch: Nothing was hiding in the stomach of a gigantic python that was found in a national park in Florida. Correspondent: Christina H. Corneliussen / Dagbladet TV
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– It was a woman about to take a midday nap who spotted the Beast in bed. In that case, Zach adds, she didn’t want him there as a monster, so we left.

Examine your bed

After capturing the snake, the company posted a photo of the snake snaking around in the paper on their Facebook account — much to the horror of their followers. They also made an appeal to other Queenslanders:

“Check your bed carefully before you go to bed tonight.”

The photo post received more than 1,100 comments from people who saw the snake visit.

- No one wants to talk to me

– No one wants to talk to me


“This is the worst nightmare I ever had. I was going to die!” one writes.

“my world has stopped” writes another.

A third says she loves snakes, but prefers to admire them from a few feet away.

Zach tells Dagbladet that the snake was taken away from the house in a safe and effective manner, and that it was then released in another, more suitable location.

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