On April 25th, at about 11 p.m., a huge snake crawled into №30 Marshal Zakharov Street via wastewater pipes.
As Life reports, the residents, frightened to death, called the emergency service. The specialist, who turned up as soon as the alarm was given, clarified at once that the whip snake was not poisonous. It may have decided to leave its hosts and travel via the city’s utilities pipes. Well-informed people say that it is quite a standard event in New York, for example.