Snakes alive! Slithery guest drops into home

An 'unwanted guest' drops in through an uncovered bathroom light. Photo posted to Facebook page of Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast & Toowoomba.
An 'unwanted guest' drops in through an uncovered bathroom light. Photo posted to Facebook page of Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast & Toowoomba.

HAVE you ever wondered what that noise in the ceiling is? Fingers crossed it's not something like this!

A local snake catchers group posted this photo to Facebook that shows a snake coming out of the ceiling of a home via the bathroom light.

The post reads: "In case you were thinking of leaving that cover off the bathroom light of a little longer … think again!

"You may end up with an unwanted visitor."

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A snake slithers through an uncovered bathroom light. The photo was posted to the Facebook page of Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast & Toowoomba.
A snake slithers through an uncovered bathroom light. The photo was posted to the Facebook page of Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast & Toowoomba.

Nicki Day captured the fear many had of discovering such an unwanted guest in their home.

"You'd wanna hope there's a toilet in that bathroom after walking in to see that - it'd be needed LOL."

The photo was posted to Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast & Toowoomba's Facebook page.

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