Women find 5-foot long snake in toilet

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SAN DIEGO, CA –  Two San Diego women got the shock of a lifetime when they found a 5-foot boa constrictor coming out of the toilet in their office.

Stephanie Lacsa and Holly Wells, said they noticed the water in the toilet was higher than usual. Lacsa said she grabbed a toilet plunger and noticed something coming out of the toilet.

The business woman saw a flickering tongue and ran out of the bathroom screaming.

San Diego County Department of Animal Services arrived and entered the bathroom, which Lacsa admitted to taping shut.  The snake had completely exited the toilet and was coiled behind the toilet.

Lacsa and Wells said they had come accustomed to old pipes and stubborn plumbing, their building was built in 1886, but they were not prepared for this.

Animal control officers captured the snake and took it to a veterinarian.

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