Man shocked to find snake python rug on bathroom door

A Brisbane man received a shock after finding a python rug on his bathroom door in the middle of the night.

Cafe manager Corey Heaton of Carindale said he got up to go to the bathroom around 12:45 p.m. Friday when the little python blew him up.

“I went to the bathroom, I washed my hands, I went to open the door and there was a snake tail hanging behind the calendar,” Mr. Heaton said.

“We haven’t had a snake in the house for over 10 years, so I was a little scared. I jumped back.”

He then woke his brother up and the couple called two snake catchers, who both refused to come because Corey had COVID-19.

“We went and tried to get rid of it ourselves to no avail and after that we called a snake catcher,” Mr Stokes said.

As he approached, the snake pounced on Mr. Heaton. (Bryce Heaton)

“They weren’t happy to come home.

“They said it was just a little carpet snake, you can lock it in the room or try to grab it with a pillowcase and a stick. We tried that and it didn’t work out very well. fine.”

Mr Stokes said his brother tried to catch the python, but the snake rushed at them, refusing to be caught.

On the advice of the snake catchers, they opened a window and sealed the door with tape, before going back to bed around 3 a.m.

The snake then made its own exit through the window.

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Mr Stokes advised those in similar situations to stay calm and seek professional advice.

“I would be methodical about this. If anything, don’t make tough decisions without advice.”

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