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An employee of the Texas Walmart let out a scream after they discovered that this large rat snake was hiding in a cart in front of the store

Memorial Day Sssssale! Large SNAKE is hidden in the Walmart shopping cart as the police force the renowned & # 39; Snake Charmer & # 39; calls to help remove it

  • Snake was hiding in one of the carts outside of Walmart in Cross Roads, Texas
  • An employee collected carts when they saw the snake and screamed
  • The police then called on John Heckaman, known as & # 39; The Snake Charmer & # 39 ;, to help
  • Heckaman was able to help move the hose, but was once in the process
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They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and that includes nature.

It was a lesson that a Walmart employee learned the hard way when they discovered a huge snake in a shopping cart.

The employee collected carts at Walmart in Cross Roads when they encountered a large rat snake that sat in one of the carts on Saturday.

An employee of the Texas Walmart let out a scream after they discovered that this large rat snake was hiding in a cart in front of the store

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An employee of the Texas Walmart let out a scream after they discovered that this large rat snake was hiding in a cart in front of the store

The police called on John Heckaman (photo), known as & # 39; The Snake Charmer & # 39 ;, to help remove the snake from the cart

The police called on John Heckaman (photo), known as & # 39; The Snake Charmer & # 39 ;, to help remove the snake from the cart

The police called on John Heckaman (photo), known as & # 39; The Snake Charmer & # 39 ;, to help remove the snake from the cart

She uttered a loud shout that caught the attention of a Northeastern police department patrolling the area.

The police then called on John Heckaman, known as & # 39; The Snake Charmer & # 39 ;, to help.

Heckaman, from Savannah, was able to safely assist with the movement of the snake – although he was a bit in the process.

A photo on the Facebook page of the police department shows how he deals with the large reptile, which is on average 3ft to 5ft long.

The employee collected carts at Walmart in Cross Roads when they encountered a large rat snake that sat in one of the carts on Saturday
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The employee collected carts at Walmart in Cross Roads when they encountered a large rat snake that sat in one of the carts on Saturday

The employee collected carts at Walmart in Cross Roads when they encountered a large rat snake that sat in one of the carts on Saturday

Heckaman, from Savannah, was able to safely assist with the movement of the snake - although he was a bit in the process

Heckaman, from Savannah, was able to safely assist with the movement of the snake - although he was a bit in the process

Heckaman, from Savannah, was able to safely assist with the movement of the snake – although he was a bit in the process

Authorities said that many snakes in Texas have been driven from their natural habitat by the recent heavy rains

Authorities said that many snakes in Texas have been driven from their natural habitat by the recent heavy rains

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Authorities said that many snakes in Texas have been driven from their natural habitat by the recent heavy rains

Authorities said that many snakes in Texas have been driven from their natural habitat by the recent heavy rains.

& # 39; This shows that they can pop up almost anywhere, & # 39; the department warned.

Rat snakes are non-toxic and are the second most common type of snake that is kept as pets.

They are found throughout the Southeastern state and most Eastern and Midwestern states, according to the University of Georgia.

The snake was discovered Saturday afternoon at this Walmart store in Cross Roads, Texas
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The snake was discovered Saturday afternoon at this Walmart store in Cross Roads, Texas

The snake was discovered Saturday afternoon at this Walmart store in Cross Roads, Texas

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