SINGAPORE – It was around 4am on Tuesday (Oct 9) when Mrs Chan Yin Ha was looking for her cat on the second storey of the Sembawang Drive Housing Board block she lives in.
As she searched among a row of potted plants, she suddenly felt a sharp pain in her left leg. Thinking her cat had scratched her, she kicked out instinctively and looked down.
It was then that she saw what bit her was a 3m-long python.
The 42-year-old store assistant, who is afraid of snakes, told The Straits Times that she “freaked out” when she saw the python.