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Python hides in Eunosville toilet bowl, bites housewife's thigh

May 8, 2014 - 12:46am



May 1 was Labour Day, her son's second birthday, and now, Madam Noraslinda Asat (above) has another reason to remember this date for life.

The 34-year-old housewife was bitten by a python as she sat on the toilet bowl last Thursday, around 5.10pm.

She was in her Eunosville home's master bedroom ensuite bathroom when she felt the sharp pain.

Standing up, she saw the jaws of a 1.8m-long python clamped on the back of her right thigh.

She was taken to hospital where she received an injection and was discharged.

The snake has not been caught and Madam Noraslinda is still traumatised.

She has refused to use either toilet at home, preferring public ones at places like the coffee shop.


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