VIDEO Texas Girl Decapitates Venomous Snake While It KEEPS TRYING TO BITE HER!

VIDEO Texas Girl Decapitates Venomous Snake While It KEEPS TRYING TO BITE HER!

An explicit video of a beheaded venomous snake flashing its fangs one last time before going the way of Ned Stark is going on all the social media pages.

The video was uploaded to Facebook by Texas resident Jill-Scott Mollett on July 9 and it shows a lethal black moccasin snake, also known as a cottonmouth snake, slithering its head around even after being decapitated.

Mollett wrote about what happened:

“So the girls found a cottonmouth water moccasin today, in our flower bed of all places. We didn’t have a knife close to us, so Avery chopped [its] head off with some tree loppers. The girls’ favorite part was when the head kept trying to bite stuff for a few minutes after it was chopped off its body. #CountryLivingAtItsFinest.”

The snake’s body finally gives up the ghost, so to speak. One of the spectators then does what so many of us have done when we found ourselves with a dead creature as kids – she nudged its head to check for any signs of life. Markings of blood can be seen encompassing the snake’s head, and a photo of the decapitated creature was also sent out online.

Many different social media users noted their outrage by the ‘ghastly’ killing, being as hypocritical as an idiot could be.

“How about you all teach your kids how to look at their surroundings,” wrote one Facebook user. “See a snake. Go the other way. Most snake bites in the US occur when people are trying to kill them. You’re all inexperienced morons.”

“Good lord,” wrote another. “Leave the snakes alone. They eat a lot of other potentially dangerous animals (rats, other snakes, etc.) and finding one in your flower bed is common. Leave it alone for an hour, come back, and it should be gone. Otherwise call someone to professionally remove it.”

Leave it to keyboard warriors to be judge, jury and executioner when it’s not their child.

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