On Sunday, Laura Neff was milling about her farm near Charlotte, North Carolina. She discovered a 4-foot-long snake crawling out of her spice cabinet and attempting to eat an egg.
In the video's description, the avid farmer said that the snake is just a rat snake, and is not venomous.
Neff continued, "They are beneficial due to their tendency for eating rodents and eggs, usually outside, of course."
This case turned out a little differently — while the video cuts off short, the snake wound up eating one of their farm eggs. They leave them out on the counter because they are fresh and don’t require immediate refrigeration.
Neff and her husband allowed the snake to continue his afternoon snack, then helped him out of their farm. Polite farmers!
The description of the YouTube video stated, "As soon as we could get its bulk under the brooms, we hefted it out the window, and off it went to the rest of its evening." Neff joked, "And then we drank."