HORROR: 10 FOOT SNAKE ATTACKS MAN’S PENIS IS TOILET
In what can only be described as horrifying, a man in Thailand is recovering from a snake attack. A 10 foot python went backwards thru his home’s plumbing, came out thru the toilet. Unfortunately for Attaporn Boonmakchuay, the very large snake timed its exit with his visit to the toilet. The snake then attacked, swallowing Attaporn’s penis in a vicious and bloody bite.
VICTIM IN GOOD SPIRITS AFTER BLOODY ORDEAL
One would normally assume that such a traumatic event inside one’s own home would leave a person in a state of shock. Yet somehow Attaporn Boonmakchuay was all smiles later in his hospital room as he recovered from the python attack. Rescue workers had to completely dismantle Boonmakchuay’s toilet in order to remove the python.
HALF HOUR OF HELL AS PENIS IN DEATH MOUTH GRIP
Attaporn Boonmakchuay was still smiling as Thai television stations interviewed him in his hospital bed about the intimate intrusion, and doctors said he would recover. But photos of his blood-splattered bathroom in Chachoengsao province, east of Bangkok, were testimony to his ordeal.
The 38-year-old told Thai TV Channel 7 that he struggled to remove the snake for 30 minutes Wednesday before he managed to free himself with help from his wife and a neighbor. After his wife tied a rope around the snake, Attaporn pried open its jaws before passing out. Can you imagine? This man had a snake, locked in a bloody bite, on his penis for half an hour. The snake had to have been using whatever leverage and strength it had to twist and pull on this poor man’s penis. Then after 30 minutes of this Attapon still had to pry the creature’s jaws open to free himself.
BATHROOM DISMANTLED TO REMOVE MONSTER, RELEASED BACK INTO WILD
Emergency workers dismantled the Asian-style squat toilet, with the python still twined through it. The snake was taken away to be released back into the wild, according to an emergency responder cited by the newspaper Thai Rath.
Doctors said Attaporn, bloodied but unbowed, will recover.
“He has a really good attitude … even though his own wife and children were in shock. He’s been smiling and giving interviews all day from his bed,” hospital director Dr. Chutima Pincharoen said.