The discovery of a snake living in her bathroom isn’t what an Arizona woman expected after returning from vacation.
Michelle Lesbron was shocked to discover a moving snake at the bottom of her toilet. CNN reported that she immediately closed the toilet lid and called for help.
When an expert from Rattlesnake Solutions comes to her rescue, he realizes that the type of snake in Mrs. Lisbrone’s toilet is Coloper’s skin.
“Skin Coloper is fast, smart and does a lot of things. It eats rattlesnakes and climbs trees and houses. He’s able to go everywhere and do whatever he wants,” Brian Hughes, owner of Rattlesnake Solutions, told CNN.
The terrified woman said she has not been able to use her toilet since the snake was discovered. “I wasn’t able to use the toilet for three weeks after he came out,” she said.
Experts note that it is rare to find a snake in the toilet, but tenants must ensure that the septic tank is in good condition to avoid such a situation.
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