Many of us regard the toilet as a sanctuary, a place where you can lock yourself away, plan your day’s work and speculate on what the day may bring you. This is exactly how one Cairns lady started her day. She sat on her toilet, staring blindly at the towel holder on the wall just in front of her. After a few minutes, as her eyes started to focus she became aware that the shiny metal holder seemed to have acquired a brown base that she didn’t remember being there before. Her concentration slowly increased as the details of the wall fixture emerged. By the time she realised it was, in fact, a python wrapped around the metal base, she was well and truly awake and ready to get on with her day, starting with a call to Cairns Snake Catcher. Thanks to Jack Shield for providing a different perspective on our work.
DANIEL BATEMAN The Cairns Post August 15, 2014 7:28AM THE roof cavity of a Cairns home made the perfect hide-away for a group of giant snakes. Reptile removalist Matt Hagan, from Cairns Snake Catcher, was initially called to the Caravonica home last Tuesday to shift a snake spotted on the roof. After a prolonged struggle in the rain, Mr Hagan removed a 4.3m long scrub python, releasing it later back into the wild. Click here to read full story