This is the moment firemen roughly extract a 13-foot python from under the hood of a car.
The incident that saw the poor snake being unceremoniously dumped on the ground was reported in the area of Kampong Tasek Meradun, in the Brunei capital of Bandar Seri Begawan.
According to local newspaper Borneo Bulletin, the four-metre (13 feet) snake was found hiding under the hood of a vehicle parked outside somebody’s home, who called the emergency services.
The video shows firefighters extracting the huge python with poles.
They forcibly drag the terrified snake out from under the hood and it plops onto the ground where it curls up into a tangle on the floor as the officers try to get a hold on it.
There is no further information on what happened to the python following its extraction.
According to local newspaper Borneo Bulletin, the four-metre (13-foot) snake was found hiding under the hood of a vehicle parked outside somebody’s home, who called the emergency services.
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