Orlando man finds himself in slithery situation as python curls up in his car
ORLANDO, Fla. - An Orlando man found an unexpected visitor Thursday morning.
Bill Siemon said he found a large python curled up in the wheel well of his car.
Siemon said the python slithered out, but then shortly afterward, it slithered back in.Download: Free WFTV News & Weather Apps
He called the fire department, but firefighters said the snake was "big" and left, Siemon said.
Channel 9 reporter Steve Barrett arrived at the Conway home and tried to remove the python with his hands, but to no avail.
It was a slithery situation, but eventually, the python came out on its own.
WFTV.com is working to find out what will happen to the python.
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