Sunbather Thwarts Cobra's Attack Or Does She?
The heart-stopping moment was captured on video, but all is not what it seems.
An amazing moment was caught on tape as a sunbathing woman apparently confronted a deadly cobra that was about to attack.
Citizen sleuths spotted what looks like the shadow of a guy with a fishing rod. The cobra seems to be attached to the line as it makes its way to the woman.
INSIDE EDITION showed the video to reptile expert Tom Hudak who said: "The snake was moving far too fast. It was moving in a straight line. Snakes such as cobras move in kind of an 'S' shape. Cobras would never move in a straight line and they are incapable of those speeds."
In the video, she throws it away. The snake looked dead and landed with a thud.
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