Thiruvanathapuram, October 16: A Kerala man was rescued from a 10-foot-long python by locals after the reptile constricted itself around his neck in Thiruvananthapuram on Wednesday. The incident was captured on camera, and the video is doing rounds on social media. The man identified as Bhuvachandran Nair along with few other workers were cutting bushes at Kerala Institute of Management in Neyyar when he spotted the python. Python Rescued From BKC in Mumbai, Views Pics.
According to a report published in The News Minute, when the workers were putting the reptile into a sack, it crawled up Nair’s body and wrapped itself around his neck. His fellow workers immediately rushed to rescue him. After lots of efforts, the workers managed to save the man from the clutches of the reptile. Python in Mumbai! 6-Feet Long Snake Brings Traffic to Halt at Busy Western Express Highway.
Video of the Incident:
#WATCH Kerala: A man was rescued from a python by locals after the snake constricted itself around his neck in Thiruvananthapuram, today. The snake was later handed over to forest officials and released in the forest. pic.twitter.com/uqWm4B6VOT
— ANI (@ANI) October 16, 2019
Nair was then taken to a nearby hospital as he complained of pain in his neck. After giving the first aid, he was discharged from the hospital. The snake was later handed over to forest officials and released in the forest.