A woman visiting her father’s office received a shock when she found a sizeable snake poking its head out of the toilet bowl. Worse still, this is the second time a snake has been spotted at the same toilet in just a week.
The woman, Lim Sze Hui, shared a video of the snake in the toilet of the office located at Upper Thompson:
Danger noodle invades my dad's office toilet. Watch out for snakes if you're in the Upper Thomson area. He asked me to post the video on fb so here ???? Philip Ng Kelvin Aw Anton Chua Zhen Yu Jonathan Lim Marcus Lim Ryan Koh
Posted by Lim Sze Hui on Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Snakes slithering around Singapore appear to be spotted more frequently in recent times. Just a week before this video was posted, residents of Sengkang caught a giant python in the bushes of what seems to be a housing estate.
The python which appears to be about 3m long is believed to have eaten a cat.
While pythons are non-venomous, they can turn aggressive if they are threatened. If you encounter a snake, do not attempt to catch it yourself. You may refer to the AVA advisory below or call the Acres 24-hour wildlife hotline at 97837782 for help.