According to the post shared on January 9, the construction worker called for professional to help get the snake removed from his car. A member from the Brisbane Snake Catchers team arrived on the scene to help him out.
"On arrival it was underneath the dashboard at a quick glance at what we could see, we realized we were dealing with an adult Eastern brown snake," says the post. For the uninitiated, Eastern brown snakes can grow up to 7-feet-long, and their venom can cause blood to clot heavily.
After about an hour, the snake was finally rescued from the car. "We managed to gain access through a small spacing around the handbrake, as it had gone deep under the center console of the vehicle," says the post. The snake had most likely made it inside the car through an open window.
"How did he manage to pull over without crashing when the snake went over his arm? I would have freaked and probably crashed," comments one Facebook user on the video. "Moral of this story, don't leave car windows open... ever!" says another. Click for more trending news