Snake selfie goes awry for man in northwestern India video

Apparently pythons are not fond of selfies.

Apparently pythons are not fond of selfies.

Taking selfies of everything that one sees or does has become the norm. But not everyone or everything is absolutely thrilled by the idea. 

Apparently pythons are absolutely camera shy or averse to the idea of being immortalised in a photo, as a man from India discovered recently.

In an incident that took place in Rajasthan, India where a forest department had captured a python, a man is seen trying take a selfie with it. 

The python, which was annoyed by the man's unwarranted attention tried to attack him. Luckily for him, he managed to escape unhurt from the non-venomous snake. 

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He might want to think twice before taking selfies with any forest creatures next time. 

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