A man got the fright of his life when a snake decided to join him for a shower.
Gary Morrissey, 34 of Hartlepool in England's north, was taking a shower after finishing up at the gym.
But little did the teacher know, he wasn’t alone.
A 35cm snake slithered out of the plughole while he was bathing.
Video shows the sneaky serpent taking a peek through the plughole.
It then slithers along the side of the tub.
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Luckily, the snake was a non-poisonous corn snake.
Corn snakes typically eat small rodents or birds, according to the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.
Not that Mr Morrissey knew that at the time.
He later told The Telegraph a friend of his, who keeps snakes as pets, has given the reptile a new home.
Mr Morrissey said 'Sausage' is now "happy as can be".