Hilarious moment a snake catcher removes a huge python from a TV cabinet while family keep watching their show like nothing happened
- Tony Morrison, owner of Redland’s Snake Catcher, arrived to catch the serpent
- He found the family-of-four watching TV with a six-foot snake behind the cabinet
- Mr Morrison said people with snakes in their homes are usually frightened
The hilarious moment a snake catcher grabs a six-foot long python from behind a TV cabinet as the family continues to watch TV has been caught on camera.
Tony Morrison, the owner of Redland’s Snake Catcher, arrived at a home in Cleveland, south of Brisbane, to dispatch of the serpent on Wednesday.
Mr Morrison expected to find the homeowners in hysterics due to the giant reptile stretched across their living room floor.
The veteran snake catcher was stunned to find the nonplussed family (pictured) calmly watching TV – just metres away from the snake
Tony Morrison (pictured), the owner of Redland’s Snake Catcher, arrived at a home in Cleveland, south of Brisbane, to dispatch of the serpent
If the snake is a python, it is not venomous.
Don’t ever try to pick up a snake.
Don’t ever kill one.
If you have one in your house, call a snake catcher.
Source: Tony Morrison, Redland’s Snake Catcher
But when he arrived, the veteran snake catcher was stunned to find the nonplussed family calmly watching TV – just metres away from the snake.
In a video shared on Facebook, Mr Morrison can be seen shifting the furniture to reveal the serpent while the unflinching family-of-four sat serenely on the couch.
‘The interesting part about this, is that it’s not just a little snake … he’s a good-sized snake,’ he said in the footage.
Mr Morrison told Daily Mail Australia the Cleveland family’s response was a surprise.
‘They just kept sitting there watching TV while the snake was there and they were waiting for me to arrive,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
‘That not the usual response from people when they find a snake,’ he laughed. ‘They usually sit on the kitchen benches waiting for me.’
Facebook users were stunned at the family’s response.
Mr Morrison can be seen shifting the television cabinet to reveal the serpent (pictured)
‘The interesting part about this, is that it’s not just a little snake … he’s a good-sized snake,’ he said in the footage
‘I can’t believe they’re still watching TV,’ one person wrote.
‘How can such a big snake get in the house without being seen?’ another asked, to which the snake catcher added: ‘Not to mention the family sitting in front of the TV all afternoon, and it went unnoticed.’
Mr Morrison reminded residents that pythons are not venomous, and to call a snake catcher if they find one inside.
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