6-foot long python found inside a house in Dharavi, shocking footage goes viral!
By Lokmat English Desk | Published: January 2, 2021 07:28 PM2021-01-02T19:28:47+5:302021-01-02T19:29:02+5:30
A python approximately, 6-foot long was rescued by Mumbai Police from a Dharavi slum. Constable, Murlidhar Jadhav, from Kurla ...
A python approximately, 6-foot long was rescued by Mumbai Police from a Dharavi slum. Constable, Murlidhar Jadhav, from Kurla Police station rescued the six-foot-long snake. “I have been appointed as an honourable animal welfare officer since 2016. Around 9.30 pm on Thursday I got a police control call about a big snake being stuck in the ceiling of a house at Y Junction in Dharavi. I immediately reached the spot and rescued the Indian Rock Python which was six feet long. The reptile was handed over to the forest department,” said Jadhav.
This is not the first time that such a incident has been reported, earlier, a BMC employee in Mumbai found a 7-foot python coiling in the washroom of his municipal quarters in Bhandup where he lives with his wife and two sons. Employed with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), Vinay Dhoble went to the washroom of his one-room kitchen apartment on the ground floor of the municipal quarter around midnight on Thursday and saw a python coiled around the Indian-style toilet.Open in app