Man arrested after biting snake in unprovoked attackBy Mason White 8:23 AM June 7, 2013
By: Ryan Lee Hall
(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with assaulting an animal related charges after he bit a snake in an unprovoked attack, according to a statement released by police in California.
The man has been arrested in Sacramento, California after biting someone’s pet python.
54-year-old David Senk was arrested by police after police found him unconscious, with blood on his face.
It later emerged that he started an “unprovoked attack” against the four-foot snake after the pet owner allowed him to play with it.
“I feel horrible as hell about it,” Senk later said. “When I get drunk, I get crazy. I do not know. I’ve been an alcoholic for a long time,” he also said
Senk was arrested on suspicion of unlawfully maiming or mauling a reptile, and was charged with a felony cruelty to an animal.
“There was nothing to indicate that the snake provoked him at all,” a Sacramento police Sergeant said. “He just came out of nowhere and took a bite,” the police officer added.
The python in question is still alive, but had to undergo major surgery after being severely injured from the attack.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view