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July 28, 2021

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After hearing clattering sounds in the middle of the night, a woman woke up to find a 10-foot scrub python wreaking havoc in her living room.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Why would anyone living in Australia leave their window open?

It was probably looking for the toilet.

When we lived on a ranch in N/E New Mexico, we had a huge, well over 6 ft. (I never measured it) gopher snake that loved to lounge around the house. That harmless snake took a liking to sunning himself by stretching out along the front door. We took "Julius Squeezer" as we started calling him, for granted until that fateful day two Jehovah's Witnesses decided to knock on the front door and disturbed Julius's sunbath.
After this fun incident, we adopted that snake as a permanent pet. Also, aside of never seeing another Jehovah's Witness, we never had any mouse or rat problems.

MOTW, that was my first question too.
I don't care how big or mean that python looked. Somebody would have cleaned up his mess before they took him off.
Bad snake! Bad!

I think Havoc Wreaking Pythons opened for Whitesnake. Heck of a show!

I've never used "wreak". At first I RPete meant "wreck", or "Reek" but I checked "wreak" out and it fit perfectly. Actually I kinda like "Reeking Pythons" as a band name.

๐…  Crossin' the threshold late last night
He shoulda looked left and he shoulda looked right
He didn't see the little bud vase
The skunk got caught and was soon displaced

๐…  โ€ฆ You got your
Scrub snake in the middle of the house
Scrub snake in the middle of the house
Scrub snake in the middle of the house
Wreakin' to high heaven ๐… 

Cry "Havoc," and let slip the snake decor.

Good thing it was only a "scrub" instead of one of the "All-Star" pythons.

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