Grandmother pulls out two pythons hiding in barbecue like it's no big deal

Snakes. Scary, right?

Not so frightened of these creatures was 81-year-old Australian grandmother Faye Morgan, who casually pulled out not one, but two pythons hiding in the barbecue of a Queensland home on Sunday morning.

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While the rest of us would likely freak out, Morgan didn’t flinch one bit as she hauled the snakes from the grill into an awaiting plastic container.

“I live for the drama,” Morgan says in the video. “Two of them!” 

According to 7 News, Morgan had spent her whole life on a farm, and so the reptiles didn’t really faze her. She had also pulled one from the same spot 18 months earlier, so it’s certainly no one-off. 

While snakes aren’t so commonly found in the colder months because they’re in a state of semi-hibernation, they’ll occasionally wander out if the temperature outside is warm enough.

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