Australian park ranger finds 13-foot snake in toilet

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NORTH TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA - If you're in Australia anytime soon, it's definitely worth checking the toilet before you take a seat.

A park ranger got quite a slithering surprise when he found an unwanted visitor in the loo, a 13-foot olive python, and this is no load of crap.

The Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife even posted pictures to Facebook.  While it might look like the scaly creature had a hangover being head first in the toilet, the ranger said it may have been trying to cool down due to seasonal humidity or just hunting for frogs.

He ended up pulling it out by its tail with his bare hands.  Really, we've all snaked a toilet to get it unclogged; but this just goes to show just how backward things are down under.