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Terrified West Midlands woman flees home after finding 1.2m PYTHON stuck in toilet

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Snake on the loose! Terrified West Midlands woman flees home in the middle of the night after she jumps to the toilet and finds a 1.2m PYTHON stuck in the u-turn

  • Laura Tranter went to the toilet in the early hours and was shocked when she saw python
  • 34-year-old says the four-foot snake scared her and called RSPCA
  • But because the charity didn’t open until 7am, Laura had to rely on friends to help her










A woman was shocked after going to her toilet early in the morning to find a snake in the bowl.

Laura Tranter, 34, went to the bathroom early Saturday morning when she saw the large snake in the bowl.

She was so stunned by the reptile that she ran to tell a friend who was convinced she was drunk.

Laura says she called the RSPCA, but got a message that they didn’t open until 7am, so she had to improvise — and contacted a partner who helped.

Terrified Laura of Stourbridge said she thinks the snake was an escaped pet.

She said, “I woke up at 4:30 in the morning to go to the bathroom, and it was just there.

Laura Tranter, 34, was left shocked after going to her toilet in the wee hours of the morning only to find a four-foot python snake in the bowl (pictured) and rest its head on the seat

‘I was scared to death, I was almost on the thing. His head just rested on the chair.

“I closed the bathroom door and thought, did I really see that, so I checked again to make sure it was real, but I really thought I was hallucinating.

“I went around my buddy Sarah’s house at 4:30 in the morning in my dressing gown and sneakers. She was so confused she asked if I’d been drinking.’

She added: ‘My buddy’s brother, Dan, is really interested in spiders and snakes and stuff, so I called him and he had his friend Steve, who lived 20 minutes away, come and get it out.

“It was actually stuck in my toilet because it was so thick in the middle it couldn’t get out and back out.

“We couldn’t really get it out, so we had to put dish soap down the toilet and then flush it to get it out.

The python seemed confused but calm in the toilet

Steve, a friend of a friend with an interest in snakes and spiders, eventually released the reptile after using dish soap to grease his body and pulling it out of the pipe.

Pictured: Steve (right), a friend of a friend with an interest in snakes and spiders, eventually released the reptile after using dish soap to grease his body and pull it out of the pipe

“Steve and Dan think someone may have let it escape after keeping it as a pet and deciding they didn’t want it, and that it somehow ended up in the sewer.

“I still can’t reach it, really.”

The hose has been handed over to the RSPCA.

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