A man has discovered an unsettling sight in the form of a huge olive python that has taken up two toilet cubicles at a campground in Australia’s wild outback.
Gary Godspeed was walking to the bathroom at the Florence Falls four-wheel-drive campsite in Litchfield National Park in Darwin when he saw the serpent lying on two toilets.
The photo also shows a spider visible on the cubicle wall behind the snake’s head, creating a terrifying image for both arachnophobes and ophidiophobes.
Godspeed captured the images at the campsite in the national park, located approximately 100 km southwest of the capital city of the Northern Territory capital.
It is an olive-colored python that can grow up to four meters long and is only found in Australia.
They don’t have venom, but they are frequently mistaken for King Brown Snakes—among those most poisonous in the world.
Olive pythons are gentle and considered to be friendly. Consequently, they are frequently considered pets.