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This headline sort of does and doesn’t say it all: “Man in South Carolina motel ‘assaulted with python‘”. Things went horribly awry for one Jeffrey Culp, 47, on a recent motel stay in South Carolina. Culp reportedly asked a neighbor at the motel to turn down his loud music, but the the neighbor struck back in a most unique way.
The loud music player, Tony Smith, 29, shoved his four-foot python in Culp’s face. The snake grabbed on to his upper lip and scared the shit out of him, but Culp escaped with just a few scratches and didn’t need medical attention. According to Culp, “He had the snake’s head squeezed so its mouth was open. He ran it across my face and it tried to crawl in my mouth.”
Earlier in his stay, Culp says he had seen Smith “running up and down the sidewalk” with the python and mentioned that he was deathly afraid of snakes. When Culp complained to Smith about the music, he and his friends were “racing down the hallway in chairs.” A python, running around with said snake, racing in chairs — we could make assumption as to what substances Smith may or may not have been on, but we’ll refrain. Smith has been arrested and charged with assault and battery. His family is caring for the python.