• Orlando man finds himself in slithery situation as python curls up in his car

    By: Kelly Healey

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    ORLANDO, Fla. - An Orlando man found an unexpected visitor Thursday morning. ๐Ÿ

     

    Bill Siemon said he found a large python curled up in the wheel well of his car.

     

    Siemon said the python slithered out, but then shortly afterward, it slithered back in.

     

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    He called the fire department, but firefighters said the snake was "big" and left, Siemon said.

     

    Channel 9 reporter Steve Barrett arrived at the Conway home and tried to remove the python with his hands, but to no avail.

     

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    It was a slithery situation, but eventually, Siemon and Barrett were able to pull the python out and put it in a trash can.

     

    Trapper said he wouldn’t bite, but you know what? He has teeth, he’s going to bite something, Siemon said.

     

    Barrett said the snake was calm and didn’t try to bite or injure anyone.

     

    Snake wrangler Bob Cross said he is keeping the python safe and it will not be harmed. Cross said the snake is most likely a pet and it has a very docile nature.

     

    Watch Steve Barrett's video of the python below:

     



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