I don't understand how the snake could get into the woman's ear and then turn its head out in such a narrow ear canal.
Recently, the News York Post reported on a clip of a doctor trying to pull a live snake out of a woman’s ear. It is known that the clip was posted by an Indian hot Facebook named Chandan Singh on September 1 and immediately garnered more than 25,000 views and thousands of comments about the authenticity of the content in the clip.
Watching the clip, a doctor can be seen trying to use forceps to pull the black-striped yellow snake out of the female patient’s ear. However, this is not easy at all because the snake is still alive and it does not seem to cooperate with the doctor. The team had to use support tools to catch the snake such as forceps, needles, etc., but still could not pull the animal out.
The clip ends when it is not known whether the doctors can finally get the snake out, or if they have to use something stronger like surgery to remove the snake. However, this incident caused a lot of controversy in the online community.
In it, some viewers thought that this clip was just “acting” because there were questions about how the snake crawled into the ear and then its head turned out. As this meant it crawled into her ear and then turned around in such a confined space. However, despite not knowing the authenticity of the clip above, the incident has shocked and frightened many people.
It is known that this is not the only unusual case of the creature entering the human body, but in February, a man in New Zealand was also extremely shocked when a cockroach entered his ear and stayed there. throughout 3 days. day. Or a beach tourist in Puerto Rico once encountered a similar case of crabs getting in their ears.