No big deal. At least for Detective Emily Shaw of the Leon County Sheriff's Office in Tallahassee.
The officer was called to a local residence after they noticed the reptile slithering in their backyard-and "crazy" Shaw wasn't afraid to bag him with her bare hands. She gently drags it into a duffle bag.
As Shaw handles the snake, a co-worker videotaping is heard laughing in disbelief, cheering her on and calling her "crazy". "You are insane, girl". Fortunately, Shaw was up to the task - she has experience handling exotic critters.
They believe that it was someone's pet that was either released or escaped.
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LCSO shared the video to their Facebook page Thursday.
Sheriff's deputies in Leon County received an unusual call this week after a large yellow anaconda was spotted near a neighborhood.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission warns that setting exotic pets free is illegal and likely to result in the animal's death.
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