An Australian family woke to find an unusual home invader in their house Thursday، prompting them to call in the professionals، daily mail reported.
It was about 3am in Pomona، Queensland، when the son of the household rose to use the toilet and discovered a carpet python hanging in the bathroom doorway.
In a video uploaded to the 'Snake Catcher Noosa' Facebook page، snake handler Luke Huntley claims the python got into the house through a 'tiny little hole in the roof' under the gutter guard the day before.
'My exact words [at the time] were: it will try and get out،' he says. 'Because this time of year inside roofs it can get to well over forty degrees which is enough to kill them.'
Huntley goes on to explain the way in which the snake exited the roof through a hole in the ceiling، slithering along the walls to end up in 'a very unusual little spot' above the doorway to the bathroom.
After using a snake hook to retrieve it، Huntley bags the relatively unfazed reptile so that it can 'go and be a snake somewhere else' and the family can access their bathroom.