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Woman Found Inside Belly of 8-Metre Long Python

Local resident Wa Tiba was found dead inside the belly of a 8-meter python in Muna regency, Southeast Sulawesi on Friday.

Muna Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Agung Ramos Paretongan Sinaga said the 54-year-old housewife disappeared on Thursday night, the last night of Ramadhan, after she went to inspect her corn plantation around 1 kilometre away from her house.

According to her family, Wa Tiba wanted to check the plantation because wild boars often destroyed the crops, reported.

Her family became anxious as by 6 a.m the next day she had not returned home.

Her sister went to look for her at the plantation, only to find her footprints, a torch, slippers and a machete on the ground.

She immediately asked for help from the locals.

At around 9:30 a.m., residents found a big python with a swollen belly near the plantation.

The locals killed the snake and dissected its stomach, in which they found Wa Tiba’s body.

Source: Jakarta Post

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