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Man Eaten by Snake

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Might take a while to load. Saved them from paint so feel free to re-save and modify my post.

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Althalus

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Althalus

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shirini

eeeeeeeek.... ohmy.gifcrying.gif

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SilverCougar

If I remember correctly...

I saw these pics before, and it wasn't a man it had eaten, it was a deer or baby cattle of sorts. When they cut it open, they decided to have a bit of fun and had a guy saok himself and then half crawl into the snake.

Not sure if Snoops still have it up... though after running through a few pics there, I decided never to go back =(

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DC09

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Yuck.

If its real or not, still... yuck. ph34r.gif

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strichar
scared.gif That... is hideous.

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dantheman2435

it's fake

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SuperSarah

Glad you have something good to say! disgust.gif

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geeohn

I can't imagine a snake being able to move or wiggle away. wacko.gif

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Pendekar Timur

what do you mean FAKE...??

the third photo is TRUE..!!

i repeat..TRUE..but the rest i dont know..

The story was in INDONESIA-South East Asia-phythoon,i saw it in TV news & newspaper..bout 3 years ago..(i didnt remember the specific date).

and this one from daily newspaper-Berita Harian-3 Sept. 2001

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Description-Kampung Telok Pelata, Kupang,Baling, Kedah>Malaysia>South

East Asia-phythoon have been caught by Telok Pelata's villagers- a cattle inside the phythoon stomach..

and the link is here..Click Here..

Also this..

Borneo Alligator not Palm Beach Alligator..!!-the alligator well known by villagers as BUJANG SENANG-have been hunted for many years..SARAWAK,MALAYSIA.

I ever...blaa..blaa...here..Borneo,Sarawak Alligator-CLICK HERE..!!and here..CLICK HERE..!!

and this one also from Malaysia..Chinese rubber tapper found dead inside

the mouth of phythoon in Johore,Malaysia..i read it in by my own eyes in

daily newspaper UTUSAN MALAYSIA-front page..unfortunetly i didnt remember

the specific date...but i think it was 1994...somethin..

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..but the source of the chineseman rubber tapper not comin from UTUSAN MALAYSIA newspaper..i found it here-CLICK HERE..!!

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Great Big Sea

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Lottie

Real or fake the effect it had on me is still shock. That is pretty scary stuff! crying.gif

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LisaMHD

The pic with the alligator Ill believe. Because there are rogue alligators out there in the world that arnt affraid of humans and will take one as a meal. Unfortunatly, the poor creatures must be killed, because once they have the taste for human blood, they wont stop.

The pic with the man inside the snake is a fake. I believe it was posted in the forum here before.

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*MoG*

That is yucky.

If it is real then it is sad and yucky

If it is not real then it is really sad and very yucky

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