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Hungry Python On The Loose In Sheffield
Posted on Wednesday, 25 June, 2003 |
The owner of an 11ft runaway python yesterday warned that the hungry snake could pose a threat to small children.
This is Gloucestershire
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#1 Posted by
on 25 June, 2003, 11:52
I hope they find this snake before anyone or anything is attacked, but they should still hold the owner responsible for causing such fear!
#2 Posted by
on 25 June, 2003, 14:49
Snakes scare me!!! I would hate to be the one to find it, but hope that they do so soon.
#3 Posted by
on 25 June, 2003, 14:52
all they need to do is place some large subwoofers on the ground and play some Barry White. The seismic Vibrations would attract them. (I saw this on The Simpsons so it HAS to work!)
#4 Posted by
on 25 June, 2003, 17:15
LOL @Dust 19 That was a great episode.. back to the topic, hope they find the sssnake before it really gets hungry....
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