MACON, Ga. — A snake got into a sticky situation at a Macon home when it got stuck in a glue trap.
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The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office animal enforcement unit responded to calls about a snake at a home earlier this week.
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Officer Bruce Rozier found the animal stuck to the trap, which is normally used to trap insects and rodents.
Rozier brought the snake back to Animal Services, where three female employees worked to remove the adhesive from the snake’s body. Photos show officers gently cleaning the snake in a sink.
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Officers were able to remove the glue and release the snake back into the wild.
“Ladies are braver than most folks,” Justin Stone wrote on Facebook. “Good job with the danger noodle!”
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