Writing on Facebook, the channel explains that on Monday, a cameraperson first spotted the snake curled up next to a computer in the editing suite.
Luckily, an employee who had experience handling reptiles safely removed the nearly two-metre snake from the office.
In the video, the employee can be seen using a wire hanger to gently pry the snake away from the computer. She then fearlessly grabs it and tries to put it in a bag.
Kate Limon, a news director with the Australian broadcaster, also tweeted the video, provoking a flurry of reactions on social media.
Time for a new office- this one is no good anymore! pic.twitter.com/wCzMhVWNja— Ryan (@ryanmacgilliva1) July 31, 2017
There's only one way I'd deal with that... pic.twitter.com/p4xA9veQCf— Bernhard Hofmann (@BernhardHofmann) July 31, 2017
Awww, come on, all you need is one of these... Takes care of all sorts of critters. pic.twitter.com/rHEkawGIVE— Joe (@JoeC1776) July 31, 2017
Employee of the Month right there— Gavin Jeffers (@GavinJeffers) July 31, 2017
Give that woman a rise #indianaKate— Kels (@yarner99) July 31, 2017
Was it part of the interview— Somewhere in the USA (@christinayperez) July 31, 2017
: Do you have any experience in video production or handling and removing live snakes, both your hired.
According to Ms Limon, the snake was released into the wild. Click for more trending news