Scary video of huge snake crawling inside an ATM in Ghaziabad | Watch
New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: Animal entering ATMs seems to have become a day to day sight, as days after the video of a monkey entering an ATM in Delhi and trashing it surfaced and got viral, another video of an animal entering an ATM emerged today and captured social media attention.
This time its not the hopping monkey, but a crawling snake which entered an ATM kiosk in Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh. In the hair-raising viral video a large snake can be seen slithering into the ATM and later climbing onto the machine.
The shocking incident happened at the Govindpuri area in Ghaziabad. The video also got viral on various social media platforms. "Ye andar chala gaya (It has gone inside)," customers can be heard saying in footage. Take a look at the video:
The video, recorded at the ICICI bank ATM kiosk in Ghziabad showed the snake crawling on the floor and then climbing on the cash withdrawal machine and then slithering into the a hole after being locked up inside by the kiosk guard present there. The presence of the snake led to a situation of chaos nearby.
The video was shared by many including a user with name @dpkpillay12, who captioned it with, “Banks are known to have snakes in their boardrooms. Never seen one that enters an ATM. I guess after the clean up of NPA and stoppage of loan disbursal services through phone banking the snakes in our system had to find a way to get the money out. Reminds me of Nagin the movie”.
Banks are known to have snakes in their boardrooms. Never seen one that enters an ATM.— Col DPK Pillay,Shaurya Chakra,PhD (Retd) (@dpkpillay12) May 8, 2020
I guess after the clean up of NPA and stoppage of loan disbursal services through phone banking the snakes in our system had to find a way to get the money out .
Reminds me of Nagin the movie pic.twitter.com/sInAqxfj6Q
In such a small period the video has already garnered thousands of views and hundreds of terrified comments. "This is scary," wrote one Twitter user, while another joked, "It came to withdraw money, people horrified that innocent creature."
However, according to a report by Dainik Jagran, the snake was rescued by the forest department officials. District forest officer Deeksha Bhandari said the snake was non-venomous.
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