An Australia woman woke up early Monday morning to a nightmarish surprise -- a 16-foot python inside her home.
Trina Hibberd, of Queensland, said that she spotted the slithery beast stretched out across two rooms. Not the type to get totally freaked out, she shared a video of the unwanted guest, who is a bit hard to miss.
Warning: The video contains language appropriate for a large snake, but not necessarily for young audiences.
Hibberd named the snake Monty (the python) and called a snake catcher to have him removed.
“Its frigging huge! Have it locked in bedroom waiting for help......my life is never boring,” Hibberd told friends on Facebook.
The snake has lived in Hibberd's home for 10 years and finally "tried to upgrade to the master bedroom," the BBC reports.
“First photo I have of him…was in 2012 but I’m pretty sure he’s been in the roof for a lot longer," Hibberd told news.com.au. "He used to slither down into the pool area for a feed & a drink then slither back up just before sunrise unless he had a tummy full of food & got stuck. Am pretty happy that he’s gone. Snake catcher said he was a kangaroo killer!”
Luckily, there is a happy ending for Monty.