Giant Python Swallowed A Man In Indonesia, But Rescued Dead

The victim being removed from the giant size python Stomach

A man who went missing on Sunday night, was cut out of a seven-metre long python’s stomach after being swallowed whole in a remote village on the island of west Sulawesi, Indonesia.

A giant seven metre-long Python snake which swallowed an Indonesian man whole, has left some residents of a village with the grisly task of removing him from the animal’s belly.

Some gruesome photos which emerged online and have been circulating on social media appear to show the moment Akbar Salubiro was pulled out from the reptile’s belly on a remote island.

According to The Sun UK, the 25-year-old had set off for work harvesting palm oil on the island of West Sulawesi, Indonesia, on Sunday night. But when he didn’t return home, concerned friends and relatives began looking for him the next evening.

It was learnt that they found the python lying in Akbar’s back garden with a giant bulge in its stomach on Monday night. The locals gathered round as one man used an 18-inch long hunting knife to slice open the serpent – and claim to have found Akbar’s body inside.

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