Woman wakes up in her hotel room in Memphis to find a HOSE wrapped around her arm and now has nightmares about the terrifying incident
- Melinda Major felt something move on her arm when she woke up on Friday morning at her Hampton Inn in Memphis hotel room
- At first the Tennessee woman thought it was her husband, but when she realized he wasn't there, she looked down to see the green reptile roll around her arm
- Major, who is terribly afraid of snakes, immediately threw it into the room
- Since the incident, Major said she had nightmares every night
A woman from Tennessee who woke up in a hotel room in Memphis and found a snake around her arm on Friday morning, says she has nightmares about the terrifying incident.
Melinda Major woke up on Friday morning after feeling something move on her arm – at first she thought it was her husband, but when she remembered he wasn't there, she looked down to see a green reptile in her bed in the Hampton Inn to see located in the Memphis-Walnut Grove area.
& # 39; I first thought, well, it's just my husband trying to cuddle, but then I quickly realized … my husband wasn't with me !!! & # 39; she wrote on Facebook later that day.
Since the incident, Major said on Monday that she has been inundated with requests for interviews and only the terrifying incident & # 39; trying to forget & # 39; what she & # 39; have nightmares about & & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I just have to try to get past fear so that I can sleep and not scare anyone, including myself, & # 39; she said.
Melinda Major (right) from Nashville, Tennessee wife woke up in a Hampton Inn hotel room in Memphis to find a snake (left) wrapped around her arm on Friday morning, making her terrified of the coming days
Major, who lives in Nashville, was in Memphis for a medical appointment for which she had to spend the night on Thursday.
Shortly after the incident, Major told her ordeal in a Facebook message.
& # 39; I looked around very quickly and saw this thing stretched out over my arm boys !!!!!! I went crazy! & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Talk about my ninja skills coming out … I tossed that dummy over the bed against the headboard and stayed on the desk until the manager was there to get it! & # 39;
She predicted: & # 39; I will not sleep for a while after this! & # 39; and she was right.
& # 39; I'm not afraid of many things, but snakes, I can't handle it! I can't handle it … I can't even view photos of them, & she said.
Since the incident, Major said on Monday that she has been inundated with requests for interviews and only the terrifying incident & # 39; trying to forget & # 39; what she & # 39; have nightmares about & & # 39 ;. Major is portrayed with her husband, Brian, in a photo share on social media on May 28, 2016
In a message that was shared on Monday with the request that she was not contacted by reporters, Major wrote: & # 39; I just have to try to get past fear so that I can sleep and not scare everyone, including myself & # 39 ;
In a message that was shared on Monday with the request that she would not be contacted by reporters, Major wrote:
& # 39; Yes, this snake game has been a scary incident, one I am trying to forget and I have nightmares left. I understand it was a little snake, but for someone who is terrified of them, the size didn't matter to me because he was on me and in my bed. & # 39;
Major added that she is overwhelmed by points of sale and has added stress to an already traumatic situation.
& # 39; I get messages and phone calls to Washington DC all day and night that want to tell stories and I know it's important to make people aware of their environment, but things like this sometimes happen everywhere, & # 39; she said.
Major said she was well cared for following the incident, no matter how frightening it was.
& # 39; We always make a point of staying in Hilton hotels because they seem cleaner and nicer to us, but this shows that things like this can happen anywhere, no matter how clean and the hotel was very helpful and acted removed very quickly around the hose! & # 39; Major wrote on Facebook on Monday.
Jason Arndt, the general manager of the hotel, said in a statement: & # 39; The safety and security of our guests is always top priority at the Hampton Inn Memphis-Walnut Grove / Baptist Hospital East. Upon hearing the incident, the hotel immediately removed the snake and warned pest control that oversaw the room. & # 39;
Major said she remains a loyal customer of the Hilton accommodation and returns to the accommodation, where she has stayed many times.
Major said she will remain a loyal Hilton customer and will return to the Hampton Inn (photo) in the Memphis-Walnut Grove area, where she has stayed many times
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