ALICE SPRINGS , Australia, May 12 (UPI) -- Rangers at an Australian national park walked in on a 12-foot long python that appeared to be making use of the ladies bathroom facilities.
Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife shared photos of the massive Olive Python as rangers attempted to remove it from the bathroom toilet.
The python can be seen attempting to reenter the toilet as a ranger attempted to pull it away from the bathroom area.
Park rangers were ultimately able to have the python removed and prevented it from terrifying any guests.
"It took a little bit of persuasion to encourage it to vacate the cubicle," they wrote. "Thankfully it was discovered by rangers and not some poor unsuspecting visitor – who may have had an encounter of their lifetime!"