You’ve heard of snakes on a plane, but a snake in a toilet is the real-life stuff of nightmares.
On Dec. 27, after the Animal Welfare League of Arlington in Virginia got a call about a snake in a toilet in an apartment building in the county, an officer ventured out to the scene— and then she returned with a juvenile yellow anaconda.
The snake— which has since been dubbed Sir Hiss— was likely someone’s pet, and it either was abandoned or managed to get out of its enclosure, according to Chelsea Lindsey, communications specialist for the Animal Welfare League of Arlington.
“They are quite strong,” Lindsey told FoxNews.com.
Anacondas are constrictors native to South America, and generally like the water, Lindsey said. That’s what likely drew it to the toilet, although she said it’s unclear whether it came through the pipes or simply made its way to the bathroom and then slithered into the toilet.
“If only he could talk,” Lindsey added.
According to Lindsey, while it’s not…
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