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Snake crawls out of grandmother’s toilet paper package she bought at Walmart

By Mason White 5:17 PM September 17, 2017
Roll of toilet paper (illustration)
Roll of toilet paper (illustration)
By: Alexis Bell

A grandmother panicked after seeing a snake crawling out from a toilet paper package she bought at Walmart.

Lisa Gallo said that she bought a package of toilet paper from a Walmart located in Marlton, New Jersey.

When she came home to her 2-year-old granddaughter, dog named Luke, and cat naked Maxwell, she opened the package of Angel Soft toilet paper.

A few minutes later, she noticed a long black snake slithering near the package of toilet paper.

Gallo grabbed a broom and tried to sweep put the snake, but it didn’t work.

The snake stuck out its tongue at her and hissed.

Gallo called animal control and the snake was removed.

The grandmother called Walmart to complain about the snake, but they directed her to call Georgia Pacific, which is the company that manufactures Angel Soft toilet paper.

Walmart offered a $10 refund, but Gallo did not take them up on the offer.

The woman’s son Mark Gallo, wrote on Twitter: “So just found a snake packaged inside a Charmin Toilet Paper bag sold by Wal-Mart.”

Charmin‏ replied: “That’s never what we want for you! Would you give us a call so we can understand what happened and make things right?”

Mark later learned that Angel Soft was not associated with Charmin and contact Georgia Pacific.