Would you risssssk it? Terrified man finds a massive olive python taking up TWO toilet cubicles at a campground in outback Australia
- Man discovered massive python taking up two toilet cubicles in campground
- Pictures were taken in Litchfield National Park near Darwin in Northern Territory
- Olive python seen slithering through back of toilets and across two cubicles
A terrified man has uncovered a horror sight in a massive olive python taking up two toilet cubicles at a campground in Australia’s wild outback.
Gary Godspeed was walking to the restrooms at the Florence Falls four-wheel drive campsite in Litchfield National Park, Darwin, when he found the monster serpent sprawled across two toilets.
The picture even shows a large spider on the wall of the cubicle behind the snake’s head in a nightmare photograph for arachnophobes and ophidiophobes alike.
Gary Godspeed was walking to use the restrooms at the Florence Falls four-wheel-drive campsite in Litchfield National Park when he found the monster serpent
The photos, which were shared online by ABC Darwin, show the metres-long snake slithering around the back of the toilets and through two full cubicles.
Mr Godspeed took the photos at the campground in the national park which is located about 100 kilometres south-west of the Northern Territory capital.
The snake is an olive python which can grow up to four metres in length and are only found in Australia.
They aren’t venomous, but are often mistaken for king brown snakes, one of the most venomous in the world.
Olive pythons are docile and considered friendly, and as a result are often kept as pets.
Mr Godspeed took the photos at the campground in the national park which is located about 100kilometres south-west of the Northern Territory capital
Commenters were shocked at the size of the snake, with few saying they were brave enough to go near it.
‘I would sh*t myself then and there… so I guess I would…”go”,’ one person said.
‘Go in the tail end one, quickly!’ Another commenter wrote.
Others noted the spider on the wall behind the snake as the bigger worry.
‘This would be my concern!’ A woman said, referring to the arachnid.