Have you seen a large python?

December 12th, 2007

If so, please return to its owner, or ring 000. It’s 3m long. It’s as thick as an arm.  It escaped from a balcony at  Tim Marshall’s Noone St, Clifton Hill apartment on the 9th, where it had lived with another carpet python for a decade. They suspect it might be in your roof, or up a tree. The police suggest not leaving little birds outside in little cages, but the opinion on that is divergent.  Tim says the snake ate well last week, so not to worry. The Hun reported that the snake is not on any medication.  And this, for me, is the fascinating bit of the story.  What motivated Patrick Horan to report that bit of non-news?

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4 Responses to “Have you seen a large python?”

  1. 01

    it’s possible that the hun mentioned that the snake is not on medication so that people aren’t worried that it is likely to develop psychosis or something due to missing its meds.
    maybe. bit obscure.

    claire at December 13th, 2007 around 5:22 pm
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  2. 02

    Thank what gods may be that this beastie was finally found and returned to the bosom of his family.
    I had my cat locked up for a fortnight

    Canny Granny at March 20th, 2008 around 2:03 am
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  3. 03

    The large python ate the 11 dogs which were guarding a fruit orchard. When the python was captured, why was he not killed for eating the valuable guard dogs?

    Dave Smith at February 27th, 2009 around 11:03 pm
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  4. 04

    I used to be the snake handler at a big Pet store I worked at.
    I was the only one that could handle a 15 foot
    Reticulated Python that didn`t get tangled in it.
    Also my roommate at the time had a nearly 7 foot
    Burmese Python that preferred sleeping on me and
    not once did he ever try to hurt my cats that also slept with me.

    Web Design Kent at February 19th, 2010 around 6:54 am
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