Missing man found dead in belly of 7m-long python in Indonesia

A man missing since Sunday (March 26) in Indonesia has been found dead inside the belly of a 7m-long python, according to Straits Times.

Akbar Salubiro, 25, had not been seen since setting off to harvest palm oil in a remote village on the island of Sulawesi.

A search found the giant python sprawled out next to his garden with the 25-year-old’s boots clearly visible in its stomach, according to a report in the Tribun Timur. Villagers then used a large knife to cut open the snake’s belly slowly revealing the father-of-two’s body.

The horrifying footage shows the corpse being slowly removed from the killer reptile as the leathery skin is peeled away.

Source: AZERTAC