An Australian woman was woken up by a 16-foot, 30kg python slithering its way through her hallway and into her guest room yesterday.
Trina uploaded footage of the snake, sprawled across picture frames and wrapped around a hat rack, to her Facebook last night. It's absolutely insane.
"Oh jeez. Right."
Hibberd had no choice but to call snake catchers at 4am to have them collect the snake, which she nicknamed Monty.
Snakes are often attracted to yards and houses in Queensland due to the food and shelter provided by people living in their homes.
The Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection says pythons also enter chicken pens and hunt for rats and possums in roof cavities.
"Carpet pythons are regularly found curled up in ceilings, enjoying the security and warmth," says the QDEH site.