Python sinks fangs into man’s penis as he sits on a toilet in Thailand

10ft python sinks its fangs into man’s penis while he sits on the toilet in Thailand – forcing him to rip the snake off as ‘blood goes everywhere’

  • Terdsak Kaewpangpan was using the toilets at his office in Bangkok, Thailand
  • A 10ft python slithered up through the U-bend before attacking him from below
  • Terdsak had to rip the creature off leaving him needing 15 stitches on his penis
  • Footage shows rescuers coaxing the animal out of the toilet and taking it away

A 10ft python sank its fangs into a man’s penis while he sat on the toilet in Thailand – forcing him to rip the snake off with his bare hands.

Terdsak Kaewpangpan went to use the toilets at his office in Bangkok, Thailand, yesterday only for the snake to slither up through the U-bend and attack him from below.

The 45-year-old howled in pain and colleagues rushed to the bathroom to find him wrestling with the serpent which had clamped its jaws around his penis.

He then ripped off the snake and sprinted outside with blood pouring from his groin. The snake retreated back into the toilet bowl and Terdsak needed 15 stitches in the tip of his penis.

A 10ft python (pictured) sank its fangs into a man’s penis while he sat on the toilet in Thailand – forcing him to rip the snake off leaving blood ‘everywhere’

Terdsak Kaewpangpan went to use the toilets at his office in Bangkok, Thailand, yesterday only for the snake (pictured) to slither up through the u-bend and attack him from below

The 45-year-old (pictured) howled in pain and colleagues rushed to the bathroom to find him wrestling with the serpent which had clamped its jaws around his penis

Footage shows animal experts trying to coax the animal out of its hiding place. It had reportedly been in the pipe work for several weeks. 

Terdsak said: ‘I was about stand up from the toilet. Then I felt a bite in my penis. I immediately knew it was a snake. I stood up and grabbed the python’s head then pulled it off me. There was blood everywhere.


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‘I should have been more careful. I saw a snake in another toilet in the house two months ago so I was using this one instead. But I didn’t realise the toilets could be connected.’

Terdsak said that staff at the production company had seen the snake in the toilet two months ago – and had even joked about it biting one of them. 

Footage shows animal experts trying to coax the animal out of its hiding place. It had reportedly been in the pipe work for several weeks

Rescuer workers arrived and spent 30 minutes trying to tempt the serpent from the toilet, before eventually catching it and dragging it into the street in front of stunned neighbours

The python was stuffed into a sack and driven away to be released back into the wild

They tried to catch it, but after it escaped they simply stopped using the bathroom where it had been seen. 

Terdsak added: ‘There are two bathrooms in the building and the snake had been seen before in one of the bathrooms. 

‘We stopped using that toilet and thought it would be OK. This was a mistake as I didn’t realise they were connected.

‘Even in the morning my boss had joked “be careful of the snake”. Well, I will know now to be careful. I’ll be anxious every time I use a toilet now.’

Rescuer workers arrived and spent 30 minutes trying to tempt the serpent from the toilet, before eventually catching it and dragging it into the street in front of stunned neighbours. 

The python was stuffed into a sack and driven away to be released back into the wild. 

 

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