No big deal. At least for Detective Emily Shaw of the Leon County Sheriff's Office in Tallahassee.
A Florida detective became a snake wrangler Wednesday when she received a call about a 9-foot-long yellow anaconda.
"Ms. Shaw you are cra-zy", he said in the video. "Or is he just shy?" There were a couple of times where the anaconda appears to try to strike her.
Officials say Shaw has experience handling exotic snakes, and it shows, as she expertly side steps and dodges the agitated snake in order to get it into a waiting bag.
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A Leon County Sheriff's detective is getting props for helping to wrangle a large snake found curled up in a Florida ditch with her bare hands. They believe the 9-foot reptile was a pet that either escaped or was released. She makes quick work of the anaconda, securing it inside the duffel bag in a matter of minutes.
They've raised $325 with $1000 being the ultimate goal.
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A police officer and a giant snake faced off in Leon County, Florida, and the officer walked away victorious.