Slithery bedroom invader caught
By:Margaret Ringgit
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MIRI: A family in Hilltop Garden here received an unwelcome surprise when a two-foot snake was found in the bedroom of one of their daughters on Thursday evening.

The house owner, a 42 year-old man who wished to remain anonymous, said he heard his daughter screaming from inside her bedroom.

“I was shocked to see the reptile on the floor trying to hide inside one of her clothes cabinet,” said the man.

A team from Miri Civil Defence Force (APM) was despatched to the scene around 5.20pm.

Its officer-in-charge Captain (PA) Usman Harto said, four of his members arrived at the house around 5.30pm and they got rid of the snake in less than 15 minutes.

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