Snake catcher wrangles king cobra at farang’s house in Krabi, Thailand (video)

A snake catcher makes wrangling a king cobra seem like a chunk of snake in a clip filmed at a farang’s home in Krabi, southern Thailand, final week.
A foreigner living in the Ao Nang space of Krabi walked outside to discover a venomous 3.5-metre-long king cobra (ngoo jong ang) lying within the backyard in front of his one-storey house. The snake is among the many deadliest in the world.
The farang known as Ao Nang Subdistrict Organisation Rescue Service whose snake catching team arrived very quickly to swiftly take away the snake. Two snake catchers had the cobra in a sack within minutes of arriving.
Yesterday, 77Koaded posted a clip of the incident which happened on Friday, March 3, at a property in Ban Khlong Sai Khao Village No.6.
Stunning , 41 year outdated Sutee Naewhaad, casually grabs the cobra’s tail, prompting the snake to hoist itself up and flare its hood in a threatening method.
Sutee calmly approaches the snake, looks into its eyes, and touches its head once before grabbing its neck. He traps the rest of its big physique between his legs.
Within moments, Sutee has the snake pinned to the bottom, with another subdistrict volunteer holding down the cobra’s tail finish. This clearly isn’t their first rodeo.
Once the snake’s under control, the cameraman gets up near the king cobra, who opens its jaw and hisses for the digital camera.
The video ends there, but 77Koaded reported that the snake catchers put the cobra, weighing eight kilogrammes, right into a sack and released it in the jungle, far-off from the farang’s home.
The identical snake catcher made Thaiger headlines in January final year when he impressed netizens by catching a fair larger king cobra with his bare hands in Krabi.
That time, the 4.5-metre-long, 10-kilogramme king cobra was a little extra cussed. It took Suthee 20 minutes to get the snake within the bag.
Sutee mentioned that his line of work is “dangerous and nobody ought to try to catch a snake without a professional.”

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