“Patience will always a virtue,” this is what the story is all about.
An Indonesian man has reigned victorious, but not safe, after his bloody fight to the death with a 23-foot-long python who was blocking the path of two pedestrians in their town.
Robert Nababan, has showed braveness when he initiates a battle against the monster reptile.
According to local report, Nababan
suffers serious case of road impatience which nearly brought him to an early demise.
The 37-year-old decided to hurry the snake along with a little roadside fisticuffs, in order to pass the road and also save the two stranded pedestrians.
Furthermore, Nababan was on his way home from work when he saw two pedestrians blocked from crossing a road by the giant snake, so he stepped in.
At his first attempt, he became locked into a bloody battle with the snake as it sunk its teeth into his arm.
Also, following the culmination of the exhausting struggle he killed the huge reptile but was rushed to hospital for his wounds to be treated, suffering from a deep incision in his arm and severe exhaustion.
Speaking at the hospital, Nababan said “I tried to catch it.”
“It bit my arm and we wrestled for a while,” he added.
Nababan is a security guard, who works on a palm oil plantation in the Indragiri Hulu Regency area of the country, is currently fighting for his life in hospital.
Meanwhile, the defeated, now deceased huge python was left on display in the village – hanging across a washing line.