Singapore — A five-meter long python was caught at Ang Mo Kio industrial park on Friday morning after workers saw it and contacted the police and animal rights group Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres).
One of the employees, Mr. Ronald Ong, age 29, said a co-worker told him about spotting the snake about 8:15am.
An hour later, two experts from Acres arrived and caught the python within half an hour, according to a Singapore news report.
It had been hiding under a container. Warning signs have been put up in the area.