Just a terrifyingly large snake dragging a dead bearded dragon across the road
In Australia, they don’t say “dragging a dead deer up a hill.”
Instead, the saying goes, “dragging a dead bearded dragon up a dirt track and also being a huge-arse brown snake.” Or something like that.
Bourke man, Andrew Hull, caught the venomous, terrifying creature crossing the road with something in its mouth on Saturday, and decided to start filming.
“So I’m driving up the river road from Wilcannia, composing a poem for Ian Marr, heart full of the bush, the autumn sun, and the wide red road, upon which lay a sizeable brown snake eating a bearded dragon,” he said in classic Australian yarn-spinning fashion.
“I thought ‘bugger me — Australia!!’ Then thought ‘the only thing this scene needs is a barefoot bogan to film it on his phone and stick it on Facebook’….So I did.”
We’re glad (and a little bit scared) that you did. Look at the size of it.