July 31 (UPI) -- Workers at an Australian news office discovered a large python slithering behind a computer in a cubicle and filmed the capture.
Kate Limon, news director for Nine News Darwin, tweeted a video showing workers at the Darwin office extracting the snake from behind a computer monitor and putting it in a shopping tote.
The snake was captured by a program manager, Alexia, and a sales executive, Myk.
"It's not small," a man's voice can be heard saying as the snake is pulled out from behind the computer.
"Hey @TheNTNews - you put snakes on your front page, but we catch them in our office. Whatevs," Limon tweeted.
The NT News hit back with a boast of its own: "SNAKES DON'T COME INTO OUR OFFICE. THE CROCS KEEP THEM AWAY."