An Indonesian man was seriously injured after a deadly bloody battle with a giant snake in rural Sumatra.
The security guard, Robert Nababan, was on his usual patrol at the palm plantation in the remote Batang Gansal area of ​​Sumatra island when he saw the giant snake about 5 meters long.
When the 37-year-old Robert (who is said to have experienced snakes) tried to lift the snake into a cloth bag, he began to attack him fiercely and bite him in the arm area.

In this regard, the local police chief, Sotarja, said there was quick intervention by another security guard, as well as a number of locals who rescued Robert from the inevitable death.
"The snake was unbelievably big, but the intentions of the good villagers did not go away for free," Sutarga said.
Robert was taken to the hospital, while the villagers cut the snake "monster" before eating it.
It is worth mentioning that the length of giant snakes in parts of Indonesia and the Philippines, often up to more than 20 feet (6 meters).