3 metre python hides in toilet. Bites man’s penis.

SOURCE: Pattaya One News

Before you read the story, The Thaiger notices that the video used in the Pattaya One story dated today, is dated four month’s ago. Slow news day in Pattaya? Maybe. But here’s the harrowing tale anyway about the hungry python and the unlucky Thai 45 year old.

45 year old Terdsak Kaewpangpan, went to the bathroom at his office in Bangkok. But while he was sitting on the seat, the hungry python slithered up through the u-bend and plunged its fangs into Terdsak’s manhood.

He howled in pain as colleagues rushed into the toilet to find him wrestling with the blood-thirsty serpent. He ripped off the snake – which had clamped its mouth around its penis – and dashed outside into a car with blood pouring from his groin.

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The snake retreated back into the toilet bowl. Terdsak received 15 stitches in the tip of his penis (The Thaiger is not sure what is worse – the python’s bite or the 15 stitches!).

Meanwhile rescuers arrived to grapple with the python, which had been living in the pipe work.

‘Then I felt a bite in my penis. I immediately knew it was a snake. I stood up and grabbed the python’s head then pulled it off me. There was blood everywhere.

‘I should have been more careful. I saw a snake in another toilet in the house two months ago so I was using this one instead.

Terdsak said that staff at the production company had seen the snake in the toilet two months ago – and had even joked about it biting one of them. They tried to catch it, but after it escaped they simply stopped using the bathroom where it had been seen.

Workers used the bathroom they felt was safe. However, they are both connected with the same plumbing.

‘There are two bathrooms in the building and the snake had been seen before in one of the bathrooms.”

The Thaiger notes that the report from Pattaya One News includes video which was first posted online back in November last year. We suspect the man’s stitches would already have been removed.

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