Indian man dies filming snake challenge

Photo courtesy of Sanook

A 22 year old Indian man died in a state of intoxication while filming himself playing with a snake. The video, which is four minutes and 38 seconds long, shows 22 year old Rohit Jaiswal impersonating Shiva, the god of destruction, wrapping a snake around the hand and neck of the young Indian man from the state of Uttar Pradesh.

The young Indian challenged the snake to bite him. He even hit the snake brutally with his bare hands, letting the snake bite his tongue until he finally died from the venomous bite.

The police confirmed that upon receiving information of a man’s death from a snake bite, the body was sent for postmortem. According to the report, the police sent his body for postmortem on November 12. The Indian man was the youngest in a family of six siblings and was unmarried, living with his parents while his other brothers worked outside the village, reported Sanook.

In related news, a viral photo of a woman calmly meditating as a golden-yellow snake slithers up her body sparked a flurry of lottery number predictions on social media.

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The fascinating image was posted on the Facebook group All About Thailand Snakes by Kanyarat Som-asa, sparking widespread interest and speculation about the snake species and the potential luck it may bring. Read more about this story HERE.

In other news, a man’s humorous display of catching a snake barehanded left viewers laughing out loud. The clip, which ends up as a comedy sketch, caused viewers to gasp and burst into raucous laughter.

The video, shared on social media, shows a young man walking in a resort’s walkway when he stumbles upon a cobra rearing its head menacingly. However, he remains unfazed, even preparing to catch the snake with his bare hands. Read more about this story HERE.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organisations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in the UK, Singapore, and across Thailand. She now covers general stories related to Thailand.

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