Indonesian Man Kills Huge Snake On A Bus With His Bare Hands

The man held the snake by its tail, slammed it on the ground before finally throwing it out of the train. Train officials looked on in shock.



An unwanted snake made its way on a train in Jakarta, Indonesia, shocking unsuspecting commuters.

The snake was discovered slithering on a busy KRL Commuterline train in the baggage storage compartment above. Horrified passengers backed away to save themselves.

Soon, a brave passenger, who is now being hailed as a hero, and rightfully so, came forward and literally took down the snake.

As train employees were pointing toward the snake and figuring out how to get rid of it, the bespectacled courageous man held the snake from its tail, pulled it out of its hiding spot and slammed it on the ground.

As the passengers were screaming their lungs out, the unidentified man killed the snake with nothing but his bare hands. He then put his foot on the snake's face to make sure it was dead before throwing it out of the bus.

KRL Commuterline operator PT KCI isn’t sure how the reptile ended up inside the train, but suspects one of the passengers might have intentionally brought it inside.

“It’s difficult to know for certain (who brought the snake). It’s going to be difficult because no one is going to confess,” said PT KCI VP of Corporate Communications Eva Chairunisa, as quoted by Detik today.

Thumbnail Credits: Pixabay,  AsenaS

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