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  • Fearful Moment Malaysian Soldier Head-grabbed a Dangerous King Cobra (Video)
  • Fearful Moment Malaysian Soldier Head-grabbed a Dangerous King Cobra

    An officer was gotten on camera as he handled a King Cobra
    that had faced him on a nation way by pushing it to the ground before snatching its head.

    The recording was caught by a passerby as the Malaysian fighter, from the Tentera Darat Army, strolled down a soil street encompassed by foliage.

    In the video, the disturbed King Cobra can be seen with its head raised to the man's midriff level.



    The soldier, who is wearing a full green khaki uniform, stands with his hands on his hips while staring at the venomous snake that appears to be more than six feet long.



    He then re-positions himself by bending his knees slightly with his left arm behind his back while his right arm is raised above his head.

    He briefly adjusts his feet before calmly leaning forward.

    A soldier was caught on camera as he tackled a King Cobra that had confronted him on a country path in Malaysia by pushing its head to the ground
    A soldier was caught on camera as he tackled a King Cobra that had confronted him on a country path in Malaysia by pushing its head to the ground
    The man, who is wearing a full green khaki uniform, bends his knees slightly with his left arm behind his back while his right arm is raised above his head
    The man, who is wearing a full green khaki uniform, bends his knees slightly with his left arm behind his back while his right arm is raised above his head
    The snake remains completely stationary as the man gets ever closer to touching the venomous animal.

    The snake coils wildly as it tries to wriggle free but the soldier manages to grab hold of its head.

    The video ends with the man smiling at the camera with the snake safely within his grip.

    Although it is not known where exactly in the Southeast Asian country the footage was taken, the video has since been met with an impressive response online. Video below:
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