The Gruesome Moment a Missing Indonesian Man is Cut From Stomach of a 7-Metre Python | Men's Health Magazine Australia

The Gruesome Moment a Missing Indonesian Man is Cut From Stomach of a 7-Metre Python

The body of an Indonesian man who went missing after setting off to work two days earlier has been found after villagers sliced open giant python.

The family of Akbar Salubiro went searching for the 25-year-old when he didn’t return home from his farm job in the evening.

What they didn’t know what that Akbar probably didn’t make it out of his own yard, after an enormous 7-metre long python was found with a bulging stomach lazing on the properly.

When villagers sliced the giant snake they revealed Akbar’s boots, legs, shorts, and entire body inside the snake who killed him and swallowed him whole.

Horrifyingly, the family only learned of Akbar’s fate when the chilling video was shown on local news.

Pythons are non-venomous, but kill their prey by wrapping around them and suffocating them before swallowing them whole.

This article was originally published on ThatsLife.com.au

By Mens Health Staff

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