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A Texas man was shaking in his boots after a surprise guest showed up at his front door Tuesday.
A nearly 7-foot reptile, later identified as a Texas rat snake, was coiled around the homeowner’s front door grille. As the man went to turn his key in the door, the snake moved.
The article goes on to state the following:
“The serpent moved in for a closer look … the guy was clearly a bit caught off guard,” Taran Vaszocz-Williams, a training chief with Morgan’s Point Resort Fire Department, told KTRK-TV.
Vaszocz-Williams, along with several coworkers, grabbed snake handling tongs to safely remove the reptile from the door. The officials then packed the serpent up in a cardboard box and relocated it.
— goent (@goent1) May 25, 2018
A Texas man was about to turn the key in his front door when he noticed a nearly 7-foot snake wrapped in the grilles: https://t.co/6El4jHOk0x
— Action News on 6abc (@6abc) May 25, 2018
TERRIFYING! A new resident to a Texas neighborhood wasn’t too thrilled about this slithery welcome. Wrapped around the homeowner’s front door decoration was this Texas rat snake! 😱🐍https://t.co/bGdJj1n0gY
PHOTO: Morgan’s Point Resort Fire Department pic.twitter.com/j3JO0Ep7Dj
— Fox 35 News (@Fox35News) May 24, 2018
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