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Snake found inside girl's asthma inhaler

Posted on Wednesday, 10 March, 2021 | Comment icon 6 comments

Thankfully she spotted the snake in time. Image Credit: Facebook / Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7
Snake catchers in Australia were recently called to remove a snake from the unlikeliest of places.
The peculiar incident occurred in Bli Bli, Queensland where a teenager had spotted a small snake slithering out of a pile of washing she had brought in from outside and placed on the floor.

She was initially unable to determine where the unwelcome visitor had gone, however it didn't take long for her to discover that the curious serpent had curled up inside one of her asthma inhalers.

Unsurprisingly, she wasted no time in calling a snake catcher to come and remove it from the house.

It turned out that this was in fact a venomous red-bellied black snake.
"You would not believe this... at a home in Bli Bli a teenaged girl got the surprise of her life," Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 wrote on Facebook after attending the incident.

"She brought the washing in and as she put it on the floor of the bedroom, she saw a dark colored Snake came out of the clothing. When Heather arrived she found a baby Red Bellied Black Snake inside of the girl's Asthma Inhaler."

"This is crazy and super lucky we were able to find the snake. It's one of the most incredible places we have ever found a snake before and glad Heather was able to catch and relocate it safely."

Source: Times News Now | Comments (6)

Tags: Snake, Asthma, Inhaler

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by rashore on 10 March, 2021, 14:16
Maybe she should keep her empty inhaler case in a drawer instead of on the floor. Glad she found it though. 
Comment icon #2 Posted by The Wistman on 10 March, 2021, 14:24
Her inhaler......what about poisonous snake inside the house?    WTF!    AAAAACK!
Comment icon #3 Posted by OverSword on 10 March, 2021, 17:29
Too much poisonous stuff in Oz for my liking.  
Comment icon #4 Posted by pallidin on 11 March, 2021, 0:15
Ya! Nature can be dangerous down there. From poisonous snakes, poisonous spiders, and grumpy kangaroos I don't know what to think! Gotta love that place though.
Comment icon #5 Posted by ercbreeze on 11 March, 2021, 1:10
Had to be very tiny snake to fit into an Asthma Inhaler.  
Comment icon #6 Posted by Still Waters on 11 March, 2021, 15:40
Pretty amazing considering those blue inhalers are only 2 1/2  to 3 inches high.

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