Missing woman eaten by 22-foot python while walking to work

Police said the snake ate the woman while she was on her to way work at a rubber plantation in Indonesia.

Missing woman in Indonesia found to have been eaten by 22-foot python while on way to work IStock

A woman reported missing was discovered inside the body of a snake in Indonesia.

According to the Indonesian news site Detik, the 54-year-old named Jahrah was on her way to her job at a rubber plantation on Sunday.

Her husband found sandals, a knife and a headscarf belonging to his wife when she failed to return home.

After a search, her body was found inside the stomach of a python, a police chief said.

A police statement read: “During the search, the team found a python seven metre long suspected of having preyed on the victim.

“Then the team immediately caught the snake to ensure that the missing victim was in the snake’s stomach.

“When the residents searched, the victim was finally found in the snake’s stomach.

“The victim’s body was also not destroyed when it was found in the snake’s body, because it was suspected that it had just been preyed on.”

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