Snake Catcher removes a huge python while the family continues to watch their show as if nothing had happened
Hilarious moment when a snake catcher takes a giant python out of a TV cabinet while the family continues to watch their show as if nothing had happened
- Tony Morrison, owner of Redland’s Snake Catcher, arrived to catch the snake
- He found the family of four watching TV with a six-foot hose behind the closet
- Mr. Morrison said that people with snakes in their homes are usually scared
The hilarious moment when a snake catcher grabs a six-foot python from behind a TV cabinet while the family continues to watch TV is captured on camera.
Tony Morrison, the owner of Redland’s Snake Catcher, arrived at a home in Cleveland, south of Brisbane, on Wednesday to dispatch the snake.
Morrison expected the homeowners to find themselves in hysteria because of the gigantic reptile that sprawled across the floor of their living room.
The veteran snake catcher was stunned to see the confused family (pictured) quietly watching TV – just feet away from the snake
Tony Morrison (pictured), the owner of Redland’s Snake Catcher, arrived at a home in Cleveland, south of Brisbane, to send the snake
WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A PYTHON
If the snake is a python, it is not poisonous.
Never try to pick up a hose.
Never kill one.
If you have one in the house, call a snake catcher.
Source: Tony Morrison, Redland’s Snake Catcher
But when he arrived, the veteran snake catcher was stunned to see the confused family quietly watching TV – just yards from the snake.
In a video shared on Facebook, Mr. Morrison can be seen shifting the furniture to reveal the hose while the unshakable family of four sat serenely on the sofa.
“The interesting thing about this is that it’s not just any little snake … it’s a big snake,” he said in the footage.
Mr. Morrison told Daily Mail Australia that the Cleveland family’s response was a surprise.
“They just kept watching TV while the snake was there and they waited for me to arrive,” he told Daily Mail Australia.
“That’s not the usual reaction of people when they find a snake,” he laughed. “They usually wait for me on the kitchen benches.”
Facebook users were amazed at the family’s response.
Mr. Morrison can be seen shifting the television cabinet to reveal the snake (pictured)
‘The interesting thing about this is that it’s not just a small snake … it’s a big snake,’ he said in the footage
“I can’t believe they are still watching TV,” one person wrote.
“How can such a large snake enter the house without being seen?” asked another, to which the snake catcher added, “Not to mention the family who sat in front of the TV all afternoon, and it went unnoticed.”
Morrison reminded residents that pythons are not poisonous, and to call a snake catcher if they find one inside.