Snake Tries To Drag Woman Back Down The Toilet.
Above Photo: A Burmese Python after it had killed and eaten a 76 lb deer.
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The dangers of snakes in the jungle are well recounted in my novel BACK, but even I couldn’t have believed death by deadly snake could be so close as it was to a woman in Bangkok recently.
Rampeung Onlamai had just taken a shower when a Burmese python emerged from her toilet and attempted to drag her back down there with it.
The woman said the snake sunk its fangs into her right hand and started dragging her towards the toilet. Rampeung defended herself with a nearby broom and called out for her daughter, who rushed to her rescue and painfully pried the python’s head off her mother’s hand.
The python then slithered back into the toilet and disappeared without trace.
Rampeung was admitted to the hospital, where she needed 20 stitches to seal the gash.
Officials are now searching for the snake so the family can use their toilet again, without fear of something coming around the S-bend to take them unawares again.
For a modern-day take on the Vietnam War, POWs/MIAs and Adventure Backpackers trekking into the war-ravaged jungles of Asia, see: http://peteralanlloyd.com/back-part-2/backpackers-meet-the-vietnam-war-back-screenplay-finally-finished/
For POWs left behind in Laos, see also:
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