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A video of a man extricating a large python from underneath a Toyota vehicle with a Singapore license plate has been going viral online:

In the video, the man can be seen sprawled underneath a car, with his bag beside him on a grass path, as he methodically extricates the snake that appears to be coiled tightly underneath the car with his bare hands as onlookers watch. While it is

A similar incident occurred last June when a python was found coiled underneath a car parked at Desker Road:

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Two years before that, in June 2015, another python was uncovered during a car inspection, tucked near a tire in the vehicle’s undercarriage. In both the 2017 and 2015 incidents, ACRES officers helped to extricate the pythons from the vehicles:

Ever heard hissing sounds from your car? One driver had a nightmare find. http://bit.ly/1LSHno4(Video: Mr Ng)

Posted by CNA on Tuesday, 30 June 2015

While it is unclear exactly when the latest incident occurred, SG Road Vigilante claims that the incident occurred this month. Netizens – responding to the viral Facebook video of the incident which has garnered over 120,000 views and over 2,000 shares – showered the man who extricated the python in this latest case with widespread praise:

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