28 May '16, 6am

ทลึ่ง! Straits Times สิงคโปร์ สนใจข่าว " ค-- ไทย" https://t.co/wJy0sjByaS

ทลึ่ง! Straits Times สิงคโปร์ สนใจข่าว " ค-- ไทย" https://t.co/wJy0sjByaS

BANGKOK (AFP) - A Thai man who fought off a three-metre python that bit his penis while he was squatting on the toilet is recovering, hospital staff said Saturday (May 28). Atthaporn Boonmakchuay was admitted after surviving the nightmare encounter with a snake hiding in the toilet plumbing at his home in Chachoengsao province east of Bangkok. "He can urinate as normal and his pain from the wound has reduced," Rungnapa Sehawong, a supervisor at the local Chularat 11 hospital, told AFP. The 38-year-old was being treated with antibiotics and would likely be released in a few days, she added. python1.jpg Related Story Thai man attacked by python found in home toilet In an interview from his hospital bedside after the incident Wednesday, a smiling Atthaporn told local TV channels the toilet appeared empty when he peeked in before taking a squat. "But after a while (the snake) ...

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