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Watch How A Snake Was Captured In A Water Closet Toilet (Video)

Just recently, a Nigerian Lady known as Bercy was bitten by a snake after she visited the Water Closet toilet to have defecate.

She died a few minutes after the snake poison spread in her system. A video of her lying down in a hospital bed while blood was oozing out of his nose and mouth surfaced.

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Nevertheless, this should serve as a warning to everyone who normally visits the toilet at night without a light.

This can happen to anyone, another video of a huge snake seen in a toilet who immediately went back into the pipeline after it was captured.

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