Using the restroom isn’t something we usually have to think twice about, but that’s not the case for this Texas family.
In Jones County, north of Abilene, a family discovered that they were sharing their home with some very unwelcome guests.
Folks, if you haven’t had your home inspected recently, you’ll want to after reading this.
Nobody should have to fear sitting upon their own porcelain throne, but would you ever be the same after finding a RATTLESNAKE IN YOUR TOILET?!
After the discovery of the FIRST snake, the family made a call to Big Country Snake Removal. Unbeknownst to the family, their home was being shared by a family of cold-blooded killers.
In a post on Facebook the inspector said “this was the first snake that the family has seen on the property in several years.” However, the inspector noted that “when I arrived, I immediately noticed a few problematic areas.” This led him to a discovery that nobody wants to make.
“Intuition took me directly to a storm cellar where I safely removed 13 adult rattlesnakes.”
“After a thorough perimeter check, I crawled underneath the house where I removed another 10, 5 being babies…. 24 snakes total, (including the toilet snake) and the family had no idea….”
“How is this possible? It’s actually quite simple; rattlesnake are secretive and can be very cryptic- They rely heavily on their camouflage. This is simply how they survive. Just because you don’t see them doesn’t mean they aren’t there….”
Don’t use the bathroom in the dark! You never know what could be slithering in those pipes. Yikes!