'THEIR HOUSE NOW': Terrifying 'snake orgy' in woman's laundry

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Skin-crawling footage has emerged showing a group of tangled green snakes slithering on a window sill in a North Queensland home.

Kylie Coates couldn’t believe her eyes when she made the heart-stopping discovery in her laundry.

She shared a terrifying clip of her uninvited visitors to the Townsville Snake Catchers Facebook, asking: “Is this a tree snake orgy going on in our old laundry!?”

At least two are seen peering at the camera.

Source: Facebook/Townsville Snake Catchers
A woman has shared skin-crawling footage of the moment she discovered an "orgy" of snakes in her laundry. Source: Facebook/Townsville Snake Catchers

Skin-crawling clip prompts 'hiss-terical' reaction online 

A series of shocked comments slithered in, with some dubbing it a “nightmare” while others thought it was “amazing”.

“I would die,” commented one Facebook user.

Another joked: “Good excuse not to do the laundry”.

One person declared: “It’s their house now, just give them the lease and your keys.”

“I would move” and “run” others said.

One user told her to just walk away: “No going back after seeing that,” they wrote.

Another person admitted: “I would burn the laundry down!”

Some were impressed though, with one person confessing they were “very jealous” and asked how many in total.

“At least 4..was a bit hard to keep up with bodies heads and tails,” replied someone else.

Green Tree Snakes are one of the most commonly seen snakes in suburban backyards, parks, and even inner city gardens.

But there is nothing to fear, they have no fangs and no venom.

In fact, they’re actually quite shy and are very reluctant to bite – they’d rather just slither away.

Source: Facebook/Townsville Snake Catchers
Green Tree Snakes are incredibly common in suburbia and also harmless. Source: Facebook/Townsville Snake Catchers

Anyone who finds a snake should leave it alone, keep calm and move away from the area and call a professional to help move it.

If someone is bitten they should call triple-0 immediately.

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