Assault with a Python....

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Police in South Carolina said an argument between two motel guests over the volume of music ended up with one of the men being hit in the head with a snake - and not just any snake - it was a 4-foot long python. He was charged with assault and battery and is in the Rock Hill jail. No word on the fate of the snake.

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Snake now a cause for Amnesty International. What is it with these states competing for the utter nuthouse award. Oklahoma has been giving it a real run, but South Carolina can tango with the best. Then there is Nebraska where we want to insure that the mentally ill qualify as mothers but would be psychologically scarred by abortion. Hunh!

Snake bashing may be the most normal thing of it all.

Or, is this the full Monty?

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If it's four feet long, I sure as hell hope not.

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