Python bites and handcuffs woman leaving her unable to moveBy Mason White 11:31 AM January 19, 2016
|The woman handcuffed by her python|
By: Mahesh Sarin
A snake catcher of Australia, posted photos of a woman who was handcuffed by her pet python.
Stuart McKenzie of Queensland, who calls himself “The Snake Catcher 24/7,” took to Facebook to write about his experience.
He wrote that he received a call at 3:00 a.m. from a man, who said that he woke up to the screams of his female roommate.
She was handling the snake when it bit her on the thumb and proceeded to constrict her hands together. She was handcuffed and couldn’t get it off.
The roommate, who had no real experience with snakes, couldn’t get the reptile to loosen its grip. The man then called McKenzie for help.
After about 20 minutes of guidance over the phone, the man was finally able to free the woman from the grip of the non-venomous snake.