A man in Australia discovered a giant python in a box of Corn Flakes.
Jared Smith, 22, was making lunch in his Sydney apartment when he saw the diamond python nestled in the cereal box.
He told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I peeked in the box, saw its head pop out, and that’s when I dropped my food on the counter and bolted for the door.’
‘The python was over two metres long and I couldn’t believe it was jammed into this small cereal box.
‘When I got there I actually had to tear the box to get it out, that’s how tightly squeezed in it was.
‘It’s likely it was hiding in there to feel secure’.
A rescuer tore the cereal box open, allowing the snake to wriggle out before it was returned to nearby bush land.
A WIRES spokesman added that the snake was probably hiding in the book in a bid to feel safe.
Although diamond pythons are non-venomous, they can bite if threatened.
Source – Metro