The highly venomous menacingly held its large jaw open from the space underneath the cabinet, as the snake catcher made his cautious approach.
"In the open, and if it has the opportunity, the mamba will always flee rather than fight," Evans told National Geographic. "In a situation like this, it will gape at the threat, exposing the pitch-black, inside of its mouth."
The snake attempted to slither away after Evans managed to use tongs to grab a hold of it, revealing it's 8-foot-long body.
After a brief struggle, he managed to grab the snake by the tail with his bare hands before lifting it off the ground and showing it off to the camera.
Evans said the home was full of animals including rabbits, hamsters, and a noisy parrot, which he described as "mamba food" and said likely drew the snake into the house.