Missing Grandmother Eaten Alive By 22-Foot Python In Indonesia

A 54-year-old Indonesian grandmother went missing while collecting rubber on a plantation near her home in Jambi on Friday before being found in the stomach of a 22-foot python following a two-day search.

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Members of the search party dissected the python and found the missing grandmother inside the reptile's stomach

A search party looking for the missing woman in Indonesia made a grim discovery after finding the reticulated python with a large bulge in its stomach.


After dissecting the reptile the missing woman was found inside.


The woman, named as Jahrah, was reported missing on Friday evening before family members started searching woodland near to where she was last seen.



The huge paython was found early on Sunday morning by the search party.


The head of the local village where Jahrah lived, Anto, said: "Residents killed the snake and dissected its stomach contents.


"Everyone was astonished. It turned out that the woman we were looking for was in the snake's stomach."


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