Man Bites Python
A Kenyan man [like yesterday's incident in California but in 2009] bit a python who wrapped him in its coils and hauled him up a tree in a struggle that lasted hours, local media said.... Farm manager Ben Nyaumbe was working at the weekend when the serpent, apparently hunting for livestock, struck in the Malindi area of Kenya's Indian Ocean coast.
"I stepped on a spongy thing on the ground and suddenly my leg was entangled with the body of a huge python," he told the Daily Nation newspaper. When the snake coiled itself round his upper body, Nyaumbe resorted to desperate measures: "I had to bite it." The python dragged him up a tree, but when it eased its grip, Nyaumbe said he was able to take a mobile phone out of his pocket and phone for help.
That makes enough sense. After all, a python is massive and was taking him up a tree to eat, reminiscent of a culturally famous story about an apple and an idyllic garden. But it hardly explains the next story of human-reptilian (naga) hybrid behavior.
Man Bites Python, Says He Has No Memory of it
While talking to the “victim” 57-year-old David Senk, who had blood in his mouth, another witness told cops that Senk took two large bites out of a live python.... They sewed up a two-inch hole in the belly of the snake, and they found a few ribs were missing. Senk was arrested for animal cruelty.
“I did what?” asked Senk when questioned by FOX40’s Lonnie Wong and added: "If you find the owner, tell him I'm real sorry...."
The snakes owner could not be reached, and Senk says he doesn't know how he got in contact with the Python. He also admitted to not liking snakes very much. PHOTOS
(Discovery Channel) A lighthearted exposé of reptilians (nagas) and titans (asuras) on Earth mankind from behind the scenes establishing a New World Order.