What She Found Invading Her Home At 4 A.M. Is Pure Nightmare Fuel

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What would we do if we woke adult to a hulk python slithering opposite your bed?

If you’re anything like myself…or, well, any sane person, you’d find a news to be only a small bit shocking.

But for Australians? Not so much. Those who live down underneath play by their possess manners of creepy and crawly. That being said, a eventuality in that initial judgment indeed did only occur to a lady in Queensland, Australia…and a pictures? Well, they’re 100 percent straight-up terrifying!

This is a stage that Trina Hibberd, from Mission Beach, Queensland, Australia, woke adult to in her guest bedroom progressing this week. What you’re saying there is a 16-foot, 66-pound python invading her home!

This is a stage that Trina Hibberd, from Mission Beach, Queensland, Australia, woke adult to in her guest bedroom progressing this week. What you're saying there is a 16-foot, 66-pound python invading her home!

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In a video uploaded to Facebook, Hibberd shows a lizard creation a approach down her hallway, accidentally jacket itself around a shawl shelve and some design frames.

In a video uploaded to Facebook, Hibberd shows a lizard creation a approach down her hallway, accidentally jacket itself around a shawl shelve and some design frames.

Facebook / Trina Hibberd

That thing is flippin’ huge! we don’t consider it helps that Hibberd nicknamed a hulk lizard Morty.

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Amazingly enough, this wasn’t even Hibberd’s initial confront with Morty. Back in 2012, she took a following design display a dumpy python (which is one of a largest in Australia) snuggled adult inside her roof.

Amazingly enough, this wasn't even Hibberd's initial confront with Morty. Back in 2012, she took a following design display a dumpy python (which is one of a largest in Australia) snuggled adult inside her roof.

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“First print we have of him was in 2012 though I’m flattering certain he’s been in a roof for a lot longer,” she wrote. “He used to coast down into a pool area for a splash afterwards coast behind adult only before morning unless he had a stomach full of food and got stuck,” wrote Hibberd in a criticism on Facebook.

(via BuzzFeed)

Luckily, a lizard catcher showed adult before Morty could do any critical damage. Just when we consider we can start to trust Australia, something like this happens. NOPE.