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Man caught speeding was actually fighting deadly snake with a knife in Australia

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A dead brown snake is shown in the back of a vehicle in Queensland, Australia, on June 15, 2020.

A man in Australia says he was forced to use a knife and seatbeat to fight off a deadly brown snake that had coiled around his leg while driving a truck in Queensland, Australia on June 15. Police pulled him over after clocking the vehicle at 123 kilometre an hour, but they let him go after they heard his incredible story — and saw the dead snake to prove it.

Police hear plenty of wild excuses when they pull a person over for speeding, but one Australian man’s real sssstory might be a cut above the rest.

The 27-year-old man, identified by police only as “Jimmy,” says he used a knife and a seatbelt to fight off a deadly brown snake that had coiled around his leg while he was driving a truck in Queensland, Australia, on June 15. Police pulled him over after clocking the vehicle at 123 kilometres an hour, but they let him go after they heard his incredible story — and saw the dead snake that proved it.

Queensland Police released bodycam footage of the roadside stop on Wednesday in a Facebook post that admitted the “slimy passenger” would make any driver “hyssssterical.”

The video shows Jimmy telling police he’s just killed a deadly brown snake that may have bit him on the leg.

Police called paramedics and waited with Jimmy until they arrived.

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