Texas family’s toilet-snake surprise leads to discovery of dozens more

You know when you find a snake in your toilet and think, “Well, at least it can’t get worse.” This family’s toilet-snake-story is here to reassure you — it can definitely get worse. 24 times worse.

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Abilene snake removal company Big Country Snake Removal recently posted an alarming series of pictures and accompanying story to their Facebook page.

According to the post, a Jones County family called Big Country Snake Removal after finding an adult rattlesnake in their toilet. After a snake inspection, something the company calls very “important,” an additional 23 snakes — 5 of which were babies — were discovered and removed from underneath the house and inside a storm cellar.

The Facebook post warns that rattlesnakes can be “secretive,” and “Just because you can’t see them doesn’t mean they aren’t there.” Big Country Snake Removal also cleared up any confusion as to how one brave serpent found himself in a toilet. Reportedly all it takes to make your nightmares come true is an opening in a relief pipe (which has since been sealed).

Good luck out there, Texans.

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