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Pillowcases Full of Live Snakes, Outside of Fire Station of UK, Someone Regularly Leaving them

Pillowcases Full of Live Snakes, Outside of Fire Station of UK, Someone Regularly Leaving them
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On Saturday, inside the two pink pillowcases, 16 live snakes were wrapped and someone dropped them at a dustbin behind the Farringdon Fire Station in...

On Saturday, inside the two pink pillowcases, 16 live snakes were wrapped and someone dropped them at a dustbin behind the Farringdon Fire Station in Sunderland, then on Thursday, UK follows 13 royal pythons again.

Recently, in the bizarre incident of United-Kingdom, inside the two pillowcases full of live snakes were being dumped outside a fire-station in the Sunderland, and it leaves authorities stumped for answers.

On Saturday, inside two pink pillowcases, 16 live snakes were wrapped and dropped at a dustbin behind the Farringdon Fire Station in Sunderland, UK.

Similarly, on Thursday, the incident repeated when 13 royal pythons were delivered to the fire station.

"Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) inspector Heidi Cleaver, the snakes were healthy and in relatively good condition, given the ordeal. Cleaver also expressed shock at the uncanny way in which two parcels of snakes were delivered in exactly the same way" – as per the quote of a report in CNN.

In the 16 snakes, 15 were corn snakes and one male carpet python.

Cleaver said in his statement:

"It is really concerning to think that someone has had around 30 snakes or more which they have decided to abandon in this cruel and callous way."

The last 16 snakes had been also found in the same bin while wrapped in discarded linen printed with Toy Story graffiti.

The RSPCA and other authorities are currently at a loss to locate the original owner of the snakes or the person who left them in the dustbin.

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