Police officers are used to chasing and wrangling criminals each day, though outrageous snakes? Not so much.
Well, that’s accurately what Officer Joseph Cabrera of a Pembroke Pines Police Department found himself doing while responding to an puncture call on Jan 11. A scarcely 13-foot-long Burmese python had been speckled on a Florida highway nearby U.S. Route 27, and Cabrera was a propitious officer tasked with nabbing a vast reptile.
Surprisingly enough, this wasn’t Cabrera’s initial time wrestling with a hulk snake. He was called out to collect another 13-foot python in Apr 2017.
Watch as Cabrera does his best to detain a offending python, that was after picked adult by a protected python remover.
Here’s a large man himself.
Snakes are not an odd steer to Floridians, though Burmese pythons are an invasive class a genuine hazard to internal wildlife, pets, and even children. If we see a lizard greatfully do not proceed it. If a lizard is a risk to we or a surrounding area hit 911. 2/2 pic.twitter.com/62DVUxAvQK
— Pembroke Pines PD (@PPinesPD) Jan 12, 2018