The woman experiences the shocking moment when she woke up to find a big snake that sniffed her tongue in her FACE after it had crept into her bedroom in the middle of the night
- The woman from Queensland woke up to find a python that ran her tongue over her face
- Sally Stent was recovering from a late night flight when she felt the sweep
- She said she had to think for a moment to make sure she wasn't dreaming the snake
A woman who recovered from a late night flight woke up feeling something & # 39; flashing from her face & # 39; – but when she opened her eyes, she did not expect that she would see a snake.
Sally Stent, from Brisbane, came home at 2:00 am and went to sleep, not knowing that there was a python in her room.
After being blessed for five hours with the presence of the snake, Mrs. Stent had woken up. The Courier Mail reported.
The Brisbane woman Sally Stent (photo) had just landed in Brisbane the next morning at 2:00 am and went home to catch up on some sleep, not knowing there was a python in her room
After being blissfully unaware of the presence of the snake for five hours, Mrs. Stent was awakened by something that struck her face and when she opened her eyes the snake was in front of her face
& # 39; I opened my eyes and the snake stood looking at me a few centimeters from my face. It was 5-10 cm from my face. I had to focus my eyes to see it. It was right there, & # 39; she told the publication.
The python hung from her bedside lamp and had his head in front of Mrs. Stent's face.
She said she was even surprised by her response. Instead of jumping or shouting, Mrs. Stent calmly climbed her bed and left the room.
Her father was also home at the time, but Mrs. Stent said that she should carefully consider the revelation, knowing that her father would react much worse than she did.
She made him a cup of tea for the first time and rocked him in a sense of calm before dropping the bomb on him.
& # 39; I said & # 39; by the way, there is a snake in my bedroom & # 39 ;. It took him 15 minutes to calm down, and by then the snake had disappeared and he thought I had made it right, & she said.
Once her father had calmed down, they contacted a local snake catcher who managed to find the reptile again and remove it.
Mrs. Stent said the handler had told her that the snake had more than likely entered the house to find a safe place to digest his last meal.
Some windows in her house had no protective covering behind the glass, something that Mrs. Stent immediately corrected.
& # 39; I now have screens on every window in the house. I used to be a bit too cool for flyscreens, but now I am not, & she said.
Mrs. Stent said the handler had told her that the snake was more than likely to have entered the house to find a safe place to digest his last meal
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