An Indonesian man bravely fought and wins against a 23 feet long python blocking the road.

The man named Robert Nababan, 37, a security guard saw two pedestrians on his way home who can’t cross the road because a huge snake is blocking the way.

The security guard decided to take matters into his own hands and the two were engaged in a bloody battle. However, the snake sunk its teeth into the man’s arm, nearly severing it from his body. They wrestled in the middle of the road in the Riau Province of Indonesia as witnesses looked in horror.

After an exhausting battle, the man killed the python.

The brave man, who works on a palm oil plantation in the Indragiri Hulu Regency was rushed to the hospital to treat his wound and is now fighting for his life.

He suffered deep wounds to his left arm and hand and was suffering from exhaustion because the fight went on for ‘some time’.

He said: ‘I tried to catch it. It bit my arm, and we wrestled for a while.’

After the incident, the unlucky python was left on display in the village.

In March, a 25-year-old Indonesian farmer has been discovered inside the belly of a giant python after the swollen snake was caught near where the man vanished while harvesting his crops on the eastern island of Sulawesi.

Via: Daily Mail