Man bit by snake on doorbell camera. Doorbell cam video shows moment snake bites man’s face

Watch video: Man gets bitten by snake as he rings doorbell

man bit by snake on doorbell camera

The freak attack happened Sunday when Jerel Heywood went to visit his buddy Rodney Copeland at his home in Lawton, Oklahoma, reported. Additional videos posted on social media show a neighbor killing the snake with a hammer, after knocking it off the porch light. At that moment, a snake lunged at the man, biting him just above the eye. The final video in the post shows the man carefully sweeping the snake off the porch, and onto the lawn where he delivers a few blows that killed the serpent. It was killed soon after it bit Heywood, the news outlet reported. Their cries attracted their neighbor, who brought over a hammer, Copeland said.

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Doorbell cam captures moment snake comes out of hiding, bites man in the face

man bit by snake on doorbell camera

The Copelands had an unexpected visitor: a 5-foot 5-inch snake, wrapped around their porch light. The videos went viral across social media. He knocked the snake off the light and pummeled him to death. Not ever — Billy in 4C ladodgerreb You know I am going to be checking out the porch light before going up to any door from now on! May 8, 2019 Jerel Heywood planned to spend Sunday with friends in Lawton, Okla. A doorbell camera captured the terrifying moment a man was bitten in the face by a snake.

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Snake bites man’s face captured on doorbell camera: Video

man bit by snake on doorbell camera

According to , Copeland's wife started screaming along with Heywood, Copeland said. A doorbell camera captured the shocking moment when an Oklahoma man was bitten by a snake in the face! By: New Delhi Published: May 8, 2019 12:45:55 pm Luckily the snake was not a poisonous one and the man is doing fine. A video shared on social media shows a man getting attacked by a snake as he rings a doorbell. He hopes to keep away any potential lurkers by spraying the yard with sulfuric acid. He imagines the 5-foot-5-incher was taking refuge from recent heavy rains. Copeland said it was the first time he found a snake in his home. Copeland said it was the first time he had found a snake in his home and suspects the reptile had taken refuge from heavy rains on the light.

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Snake bite video: Doorbell camera captures snake attack

man bit by snake on doorbell camera

Turns out nightmares can come true. The snake was wrapped around a porch light, Copeland said. The video on Facebook was shared by a user named Mashawn Copeland. The man Jerel Heywood was visiting a friend Rodney Copeland's home on Sunday in Lawton, Oklahoma when the attack occurred. He knocked the snake off the light and pummeled him to death. Copeland said it was the first time he found a snake in his home. Heywood had just rung the doorbell, when the reptile appeared out of nowhere and bit the man on his forehead! Luckily for him, the snake was not venomous.

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Snake bites man’s face captured on doorbell camera: Video

man bit by snake on doorbell camera

One of the videos Copeland shared on Facebook shows another man approaching the porch with two hammers, which he uses to knock the snake off the door. Jerel Haywood of Oklahoma was visiting a friend's home when a 5-foot-long bullsnake struck him in the eye. . The shocked man is seen wincing in pain and screams for help while clutching his face. Video shows the neighbour striking the snake with a hammer and dragging it onto the front lawn before beating the reptile to a bloody pulp. A man attempting to enter an Oklahoma home was suddenly attacked by a hiding snake, video shows. Since Sunday, the video of the nonvenomous snake attack has gone viral.

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Snake bites man’s face captured on doorbell camera: Video

man bit by snake on doorbell camera

A doorbell security camera captured footage of the , in a Facebook post shared by Mashawn Copeland. Also download the new mid-day and apps to get latest updates. Just be thankful a snake didnt bite you in the face today. When you think things arent going right. Haywood said it could have been worse, in that bullsnakes are not venomous, but he told InsideEdition. .

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