July 20 (UPI) -- A Kansas couple said their doorbell camera alerted them to a visitor that turned out to be a snake slithering in front of the lens.
Mackenze Bullins said she was at work Tuesday when her doorbell camera sent notifications to her smartwatch about a visitor at the front door of her Kechi home.
"I was getting notifications on my watch about a person at the front door, and my husband texted me and said it was actually a snake," Bullins told KAMR/KCIT.
The doorbell camera recorded as the snake slithered across the lens.
An expert identified the serpent as a nonvenomous western rat snake. Bullins said a friend volunteered to relocate the snake a safe distance from her home.