Whoa! This deadly SNAKE spotted inside a BATHTUB will give you the chillshttps://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-globally/this-deadly-snake-was-found-in-a-bathtub-in-australia-4928578/

Whoa! This deadly SNAKE spotted inside a BATHTUB will give you the chills

A deadly eastern brown snake was found inside a bathtub of a household. The snake, also known as the common brown snake was caught and relocated to a bushland. The picture and the story was shared by The Snake Catcher 24/7 - Sunshine Coast on their Facebook page.

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What if you found a poisonous snake in your bathtub? (Source: The Snake Catcher 24/7 – Sunshine Coast/Facebook)

It is always terrifying to find wriggling worms and creepy creatures at your house. Most of us either jump or cower in fright. But how would you react if you found one of the world’s most dangerous snakes loitering about in your house? Well, this is precisely what happened in Australia where a deadly eastern brown snake was found in the bathtub of a household. The snake, also known as the common brown snake, was caught and relocated to a bushland. The picture and the story was shared by The Snake Catcher 24/7 – Sunshine Coast on their Facebook page.

“EASTERN BROWN SNAKE IN THE BATH TUB! This is definately not what you expect to see when you walk into the bathroom. We have caught many snakes in the bathroom but never an Eastern Brown in a bath tub. Cute little fella. Unfortunately for him he belongs outside so we caught him and relocated him to some nice bushland. You never know where a snake might turn up. :) Stu.” they wrote.

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A lot of viewers were terrified after spotting the snake on the networking website. “What is happening? Did it come up drain that’s terrifying!!!” one of them wrote, and another user commented, “I had one on my lawn and it went behind the water tank ,I tried catching it but it disappeared, I pulled my whole garden about looking for it but he must have moved on.”

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