Thirsty King Cobra Slithers Into Village Looking For Water, Gets Bottle-Fed

March 30, 2017

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This is a video from drought-stricken Southern India of a 12-foot king cobra that was so thirsty it abandoned its usually antisocial tendencies and slithered into a nearby town looking for water. Amazingly, the folks who caught it let it drink from a plastic bottle before relocating the monster. Personally, I would have kissed it hoping it turned into a princess. Or a prince. Or just a wealthy merchant -- I don't care, just somebody with a lot of money to give me. Could you imagine if you were bartending and a thirsty cobra slithered into the bar? What are you doing here, pal, didn't you read the sign? "No sir, I'm a snake." Oh, well it says NO THIRSTY COBRAS ALLOWED. "And what if I told you I'm not a cobra, but a harmless garter snake?" I'd tell you I wouldn't know the difference, pull up a seat, first round's on me.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to Pavel, who would have just rolled the snake a water bottle and told it to figure it out on its own.

  • David Bass

    My King Cobra drinks Fiji water. only the best for my COBRA!
    Yo Joe.

  • Bender Rodriguez Senior

    Come on, Cobra! Don't you know water from plastic bottles are bad for you and the environment?

  • Martin Ruby

    Well.. Thanks for the water guys, i'm off to murder your children.

  • AtomicMountain

    Well, it's venom glands are now good and hydrated.

  • Jenness

    Somewhere a SJW is going to decide to do this and they'll end up dead AF in 3....2...oops pretty much already happened -
    ProTip: "Hey y'all, deadly snakes are deadly to you too!"
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/... or this romantic dude http://abcnews.go.com/Healt...

  • TheQiwiMan

    Didn't know snakes drank water, thought they only drank the nightmares of children..

  • GeneralDisorder

    Two things: I didn't think snakes actually drank water.

    Also, I'm now in favor of eliminating all of India from the planet.

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