In a bizarre and spine-tingling incident, residents of a Chorzow apartment building were left stunned when an unexpected visitor emerged from their toilet bowl – a slithery snake on a clandestine journey through the building’s sewer system.
Late July bore witness to this peculiar event, when the Chorzow City Guard received an unusual distress call. Swiftly responding to the situation, a specialized team was dispatched to the scene, tasked with capturing and securing the errant reptile. To the amazement of the responders, it was revealed that the snake had traversed its way through the apartment building’s intricate network of sewer pipes, ultimately finding its way into the toilet bowl of an unsuspecting resident.
Preliminary investigations suggest that the serpent in question, most likely a python, hailed from the apartment situated directly above. As the narrative unfolds, it becomes evident that the snake’s owner, a 32-year-old Chorzow resident, possessed not one, but three of these captivating creatures. However, a lapse in vigilance allowed the python to make its bid for freedom, escaping from its terrarium confinement and embarking on a daring adventure that led it to the lower floor’s lavatory.
Local authorities are now delving into the legality of the man’s ownership of these exotic pets. While owning reptiles as pets is not inherently unlawful, certain species may require specific permits and documentation to ensure the safety of both the animals and the community. The investigation aims to ascertain whether the necessary paperwork was diligently completed, thus determining the legality of the man’s pet ownership.
Moreover, experts are keen to identify the precise species of the snake, further complicating the case.