Coronation Street. Harry Visinoni, who plays Seb Franklin in the TV soap, went to brush his teeth on Saturday when he

[ Coronation Street actor finds 4ft royal python on toilet seat ]
A Coronation Street actor said he was left “dreaming of snakes”, after he found a 4ft (1.2m) snake sat on his toilet seat.

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Harry Visinoni, who plays Seb Franklin in the TV soap, went to brush his teeth on Saturday when he saw the reptile “staring at him” in his home in Hale.

It is thought the snake had slithered off from its previous owner and into a wall cavity, said the RSPCA.

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After seeing the reptile curled up in his bathroom, Mr Visinoni ran out and called for his girlfriend Ellie Isaac.

Opening the door briefly, the couple “watched as the snake then slithered on to the top of the toilet and sat on the seat just staring at us”.

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The pair then spent a “sleepless” night “dreaming about snakes”, before calling the RSPCA in the morning.

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Terrifying first glimpse of escaped 8ft python that crawled into blind man’s flat through toilet

Stuart Saunders, 60, was listening to music in his Exeter flat when he heard crashing sounds late at night and went to investigate

This is the terrifying first glimpse of an escaped python that crawled into a blind man’s flat through the toilet.

He grabbed what he believed was a foam insulation pipe and tried to pick it up and move it several times.

To his horror, Stuart’s support worker Jason burst into the bathroom, revealing the foam pipe was actually an enormous snake.

This footage, filmed by Jason, shows the reticulated python slithering on the shower of the Exeter flat, reports Devon Live .

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2012 things to remember the London Olympics by – Part 2, 1109 – 2012

1109 David Cameron finds time in his busy Games-watching schedule to join the debate of the moment: “It is not OK to pee in the pool.”

1110 In the individual showjumping, some late faults put an end to Nick Skelton’s hopes of a second equestrian gold – or even a medal.

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1112 A victory parade for Team GB’s athletes is announced. An open-top bus tour through London will take place on Monday 10 September.

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1114 Perhaps he was too busy watching the Games. The Prime Minister has been seen at (at least): the Opening Ceremony, the road cycling, the diving, the handball, the judo, the Velodrome, the athletics (for “Super Saturday”), the sailing, the women’s beach volleyball, the boxing, and the open-water swimming.


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Date: 2012-08-14T10:31:05.000Z
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