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This Woman Grabs a Second Hand Couch and Finds a Python Snake In It [VIDEO]


Imagine finding a free second hand couch, and after it’s been in your home for a while, and just when you ready to relax on it…a python snake makes itself known. Yikes !


According to ABC News, Holly Wright who lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, made this shocking discovery when she looked into the folds of her second hand couch. Holly found a large snake slithering around. Get this, it had been in her house for over two weeks!

Lets this be a lesson to those who see furniture that has been kicked to the curd. You may find yourself crawling out of your skin from what you might find.

[Huffington Post]

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