A man who was bitten by a snake is understood to have responded by biting it to death.
Salim Khan was working in a paddy field near Darada village in Bengal, India, last Tuesday (September 6) when the reptile bit him.
Local sources report that he was collecting grass to feed cattle when the indecent took place, and his reaction is not one you might not expect.
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Salim was bitten on the leg and made his feelings on the matter clear, allegedly getting the beast back with a taste of its own medicine.
Rather than fleeing in horror he decided to take harsh revenge, plunging his teeth into the cobra until it was dead.
Like a trophy,Prameyanreports that Salim then marched through the town with the dead animal around his neck and set tounges wagging among the locals.
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He was said to not appear to be in any pain following the bite.
Speaking to Sambad English, a witness said: "We saw Salim going on his bicycle with the dead cobra around his neck. It is disturbing."
It was reported by the outlet that Khan claimed to have overcome the venom using magic.
The news comes after another snake was found in Florida USA in a different horrific death scene.
The rarest snake in the USA, the creature was found dead with a huge centipede wedged down its throat.
The rim rock crowned snake had not previously been seen in the wild by scientists for four years.
The centipede was also dead, leaving scientists trying to figure out whether the snake died from choking or from taking in a lethal dose of the centipede’s venom.
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