Venomous snake bites man, so man bites it back
When you mess with the snake, you get the fangs.
GUJARAT, INDIA — An Indian man got bit by a poisonous snake, so he retaliated by biting it back, reports Hindustan Times.
A 60-year-old man from Gujarat, India named Parvat Gala Baria found himself between a snake and a hard place after a sneaky reptile interrupted him at work.
According to Hindustan Times, Baria was loading maize onto a truck with other men in an open field when the slithery python approached the group, looking for a fight.
Most men noped out of the situation but Brave Baria allegedly told others that he had caught snakes before and got ready to K.O. the serpent.
Baria then seized the wild animal but the viper promptly bit him on the hand and face. He let go but not before biting back at the snake and killing it.
Baria was transported to a medical facility because of the bite, but unfortunately didn't make it. Rest in peace snake warrior. You put Bear Grylls to shame.
Another option would be to just leave a poisonous snake alone unless you're not really a fan of living.
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