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Detective catches 9ft-long anaconda with bare hands

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 15, 2017, 2:30 pm IST
Updated Oct 15, 2017, 2:31 pm IST
The roller coaster footage shows the snake trying to bite the officer's foot but after some struggle she manages to put it in a duffle bag.
The roller coaster footage shows the snake trying to bite the officer's foot but after some struggle she manages to put it in a duffle bag. (Photo: Facebook/Leon County Sheriff's Office)
 The roller coaster footage shows the snake trying to bite the officer's foot but after some struggle she manages to put it in a duffle bag. (Photo: Facebook/Leon County Sheriff's Office)

A female detective rescued a 9 foot-long Yellow Anaconda from the roadside with her bare hands after they received a call from someone who spotted the reptile.

Detective Emily Shaw from the Leon County Sheriff's Office in Florida rescued the snake even though it tried to wrap itself around her.

 

The footage shows Shaw picking up the snake by its tail and the furious reptile comes at the officer as she swiftly moves out of the way of its fangs.

The roller coaster footage shows the snake trying to bite Shaw's foot but after some struggle she manages to put it in a duffle bag.

But after a long tussle, she eventually manages to get the snake in to a zip bag.

The video was posted on Leon County's Facebook page.

Detective Shaw successfully captured the exotic snake that was found on the east side of Leon County, near Louvinia Drive.

 

Action Jax News reported the Sheriff's Office having said that Shaw has experience in handling exotic snakes and believes the anaconda was someone's pet that escaped.

The Sheriff’s Office wrote in the Facebook post, “If you own an exotic pet please be responsible. Make sure their cages are completely secure and if you decide you no longer want it, do not release it into the wild."

Several people applauded the Detective's courage, Rick Garlin commented, "This girl is awesome!!"

While Dale Swisher wrote, "I liked how the fella 'mansplained' how to do it while the lady just did it."

 

Jenni Ingram commended Shaw, "Awesome job detective! And done in heels no less!!"

While some joked, like Gordon Charles who wrote, "My anaconda don’t want none unless..."

And Joshua Ballew completed the sentence for him, "It was probably looking for buns, hun."

Since the video was posted it has received almost 3.5 thousand shares and 375 thousand views.

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