"I was impressed," Tedrick said, per a report by The Eagle, where he works. "I had him out about three feet when he coiled up again, and he pulled me forward. I was afraid his head was going to pop off, but he was perfectly OK. You could tell when I released him, it was like nothing [happened]."
Tedrick managed to catch the snake, pull it from the toilet, and remove it from the cabin after just a few minutes while others in the cabin stood by in shock. Although he ended up stuffing the snake into a pillowcase and releasing it some distance from the cabin, according the report, it's probably safe to say the cabin's future visitors will take a second look before sitting on this particular throne.