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Horrifying moment missing woman found eaten alive by giant python – locals cut her body out of snake’s belly in Indonesia


This is the terrifying moment a missing woman was found eaten alive by a giant python after locals cut her out of the snake’s belly.

Mother-of-four Farida, 50, disappeared while walking through the forest to sell food at a local market near her home in the village of Kalempang, Indonesia, on June 6.

The python sank its teeth into her leg as it wrapped around her body and choked her before swallowing her head first.

Farida’s husband Noni (55) became worried that she had not returned home in the evening and alerted other locals who started searching.

The next day they found a mammoth 20-foot-long python sprawled out in the undergrowth with a large bulge in its stomach. His huge head can be seen on video from the crime scene, with his tongue lolling from his lips.

This is the terrifying moment mother-of-four Farida, 50, was found eaten alive by a giant python

Locals found a mammoth 20-foot-long python sprawled in undergrowth with a large bulge in its stomach

Locals found a mammoth 20-foot-long python sprawled in undergrowth with a large bulge in its stomach

The villagers used a blanket to protect Farida's modesty when they took her out of the snake's stomach

The villagers used a blanket to protect Farida’s modesty when they took her out of the snake’s stomach

Suspecting the worst, the devastated husband and several villagers cut through the thick skin with a machete.

Farida was buried in the snake’s stomach covered in slime. She was removed and taken for a religious burial in Pitu Riawa District, Sidrap Regency, South Sulawesi Province.

Noni said: “I will forever regret letting my wife go out alone. If I had been with her that day, the snake would not have dared to touch her.

“I’m sorry for the suffering she went through. I feel sorry for our family..’

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Suardi Rosi, head of the Kalempang village where Farida and her family lived, said: “The victim’s husband was looking for his wife in the nearby forest as she had not been home all day.

“He found a snake with a big belly. He immediately suspected that his wife had been eaten by a python.

The devastated husband and several villagers cut through the thick skin with a machete

The devastated husband and several villagers cut through the thick skin with a machete

The python sank its teeth into her leg as it wrapped around her body and choked her before swallowing her head.

The python sank its teeth into her leg as it wrapped around her body and choked her before swallowing her head.

Farida was removed by villagers and taken for a religious burial in Pitu Riawa District, Sidrap Regency, South Sulawesi Province.

Farida was removed by villagers and taken for a religious burial in Pitu Riawa District, Sidrap Regency, South Sulawesi Province.

The villagers took Farida out of the jungle and put her in a car to take her to her husband's house before the funeral

The villagers took Farida out of the jungle and put her in a car to take her to her husband’s house before the funeral

Several other villages came to help catch the python

Several other villages came to help catch the python

There has never been a python attack in the village before, but local leaders have now warned people not to walk in the forests alone.

There has never been a python attack in the village before, but local leaders have now warned people not to walk in the forests alone.

“Several other villages then helped him catch the python. His wife’s body was found inside the snake’s stomach. She was taken to his house before being buried.

«This has never happened in our village. We warned everyone to be careful when walking through the forest. Women should be escorted by someone.’

Indonesia has a large population of giant reticulated pythons in its vast and dense jungle where they can thrive. Unlike neighboring Southeast Asian countries, urban development did not limit their growth.

The last documented case of a person being eaten by a python was also in Indonesia in 2022.

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In that case, 54-year-old Jahrah disappeared while collecting rubber from a plantation in Jambi province before horrified locals found the giant python stretched out in a clearing among trees with a large bulge in its belly two days later on Sunday morning, October 23.

Anto, head of the Terjun Gajah village where Jahrah lived, said the snake probably attacked Jahrah by biting her and then wrapping itself around her to suffocate her. She was then swallowed whole in a painful ordeal that would last at least two hours from head to toe.

In 2018, another woman was eaten alive by a python. Mother of two Wa Tiba (54) went missing while checking her vegetable garden on Muna Island in Sulawesi Province. Local people launched a massive search.

Her sandals and machete were found a day later – about 30 meters away lay a giant python with a bloated belly.



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