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Woman at Singapore Zoo snake show almost falls into the moat trying to run away

The woman had been trying to run away from a large python that zookeepers had brought out as she was a participant in the show

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A woman almost fell into the moat at the Singapore Zoo’s ‘Rainforest Fights Back’ show.

The woman was chosen to be a participant in the show.

One of the highlights of the show is when participants are given a small snake to hold. At this point, other zookeepers usually bring out a very large snake and sneak up behind the participants. They also usually allow for the volunteers to take photos on stage with the snakes.

A woman became a bit of a laughing stock after she almost fell into the moat trying to run away from a large python that zookeepers had brought out.

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In the widely-circulated video, the woman was heard screaming when asked to touch and hold a relatively small snake.

However, when zookeepers brought out the python that needed four men to carry, she screams in terror and falls down trying to run away.

The host of the show managed to prevent the woman from falling into the moat.

The entire video was posted on Twitter by user Angela Rodriguez, who said that the woman was her colleague’s sister. /TISG

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