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This is the implausible moment villagers found a 20ft womanlike python mating with a male – before sharpened them both to prepare them in a stir fry.
Locals were out sport when they listened bizarre noises coming from inside a depressed tree on Saturday afternoon on the Malaysian island of Borneo.
They used a chainsaw to cut by the bellow and found the romping reptiles – which are deliberate a sweetmeat in the remote Sarawak region.
Several men dragged the beasts out before they were shot and hauled into a lorry to be served up after being boiled or grilled in suitability with internal culinary customs.
Local Tinsung Ujang, 60, pronounced villagers in the city of Bintulu circuitously the Kelawit River would feast on the beef for the next few days.
He said: ‘I looked down into the hole in the joist and was astounded to see the womanlike mating with a smaller male snake.
‘We had to separate the joist to strech them and it was formidable to mislay the snakes since of their distance and the position. They were sealed together.
‘I was even some-more astounded since we have never seen snakes mating before and never seen a hulk python that was some-more than 5 metres prolonged like this. The male python was utterly small.
‘It was an extraordinary occurrence and we proceeded to fire the two reptiles since for the encampment it is an outlandish plate that is also the favourite dish.’
Tinsung pronounced the two passed pythons were exhibited on a four-wheel drive pick-up lorry to villagers who clapped and cheered the men on their considerable catch.
He told internal media that the python could be grilled over a fire or boiled in a vessel along with vegetables and eaten with rice.
Tinsung added: ‘The lizard beef was then divided and its share was distributed equally to villagers and circuitously plantation workers.’