On the long list of things you don't want to find on your toilet, this can come at the top.
The Florida police said a 52-year-old Coral Springs man had gone to the toilet early on Sunday morning and when he raised the toilet seat, a lighthouse snake raised and hit him, "Sun Sentinel reported.
The newspaper said biting was on the man's arm.
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A political spokesman, Chris Swinson, said the city's humane entity responded to the scene and removed the snake – later identified as a ball python.After being taken to a veterinarian's office, the worm was treated for a skin infection.
"It's everybody's worst nightmare," Swinson told Coral Springs Talk. "But it's in a plumbing system so there There are many options. "
The nonvenomous snake did not belong to the man who was bitten, and it is unclear how it entered the toilet," said Swinson Sun Sentinel. [1
He said it could have been to a former resident or found his way in the apartment building's plumbing … somehow.  The man bitten was treated in his apartment.
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Ball pythons are one of the most popular non-original snakes in the pet store, according to the Florida & Wildlife Conservation Commission. They rarely grow larger than four feet and are generally considered brave.