Six-feet long cobra rescued from public bus in southern India
A six-feet long cobra, that had left the passengers panicking in a public bus, was rescued in southern India’s Karnataka.
The incident took place near Sidlaghatta town of Chilkaballapur district on August 27.
Visuals showed the man, who rescued the snake, holding a rod in one hand and the tail of the cobra in another. Identified as Pruthviraj CN, he was trying his best to pull out the snake from the bus. After a long struggle, he succeeded in doing so.
According to reports, the bus started from Chilkaballapur on Saturday. A passenger spotted the snake under his seat and alerted the conductor about it.
The driver immediately stopped the bus and asked passengers to vacate the vehicle without panicking. Both driver and conductor immediately informed the officials about the incident and Pruthviraj, a local snake catcher, came to the spot and rescued the reptile.