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This snake wanted an unwelcome visitor to ... well, hiss off.
A doorbell camera captured the shocking moment when a man attempting to enter an Oklahoma home was attacked by a concealed snake.
The video, posted to Facebook Tuesday by Marshawn Copeland, showed a family friend approaching Copeland's father's home in Lawton, Okla., KOCO 5 reported.
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As the visitor opened the screen door, a large snake suddenly popped into the frame and appeared to nip him on the face.
He ran into the home shouting, as the snake retreated.
(Warning: video contains graphic language)
Copeland told KOCO 5 it was a bullsnake, which is not venomous, and the man is doing fine.
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The snake, however, was not so lucky.
Other videos posted to Facebook by Copeland show a neighbor beat the serpent to death with hammers.