A snake slithered into a 75-year-old woman’s bedroom before biting her foot in horrifying CCTV footage. Kaew Soodspha was at-tacked after the d-eadly serpent slinked in through the toilet, making its way to her room in the early hours of Wednesday morning. CCTV installed by her son to monitor his elderly mother shows the snake creeping across the tiles with its eyes glowing as it sizes up its vi-ctim.
As Kaew’s leg drops off the bed, the snake is seen preparing to strike. It then lashes out and sinks its fangs into the grandmother’s foot. The startled pensioner recoils with fright and grabs a torch to reveal the nightmarish scene.
She then hobbles out of the room and wakes her son, Nakorn, 44, who was sleeping next door at the home in Bangkok, Thailand.
Kaew said: “I thought I was having a nightmare. There was a sharp pain in my foot and I woke up. I turned on the torch and noticed something moving on the floor. That’s when I saw the snake.
“I said ‘where did you come from?’ and walked out as quickly as I could. “I don’t know why the snake bit me, I was sleeping, not th-reatening it. Now I’m ter-rified to sleep in that room again.”
Kaew’s son Nakorn, an engineer, rushed into the room and turned on the lights before chasing the snake away. Rescue workers arrived and found it curled up on the toilet seat in the bathroom.
They then dragged it outside into the garden where it was bagged up and taken to a holding center where captured snakes are logged before being returned into the wild.
Nakorn said: “I’m proud of my mother for staying calm. I don’t know how the snake got there but I presumed that the snake came from the pipe and crawling up from the toilet.
“My mother likes to leave the bathroom door open, so the snake slithered out from the toilet to her bedroom.
“I want others to be aware that ac-cident could happen anytime even while you were sleeping. “If your house was located near fields or rivers, it should be best to try and prevent the snake from coming into your house.”
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