Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Man eats live Snakes, finds them delicious

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In India weird news keep coming every now & then. Earlier a man biting dog made news & now comes a news that here's a man in India who eats - not dogs, but live snakes!!!! How weird????

Meet weird young man Shyam Atulkar, a 24-year-old who catches snakes, and even eats them live at times. He hails from a village Simjera of Betul district of Madhya Pradesh state in India.

Last week, some people in the Ajni railway quarters here came rushing to Shyam and took him away to a house nearby where a big snake had slithered inside a pit. Shyam went to catch the snake and returned soon after with a seven-feet rat snake twined around his neck.

His newly married sister-in-law Arti had wanted to see Shyam catch a reptile. 'My husband had once told me about his brother's prowess but I was curious to see Shyam holding a reptile in his hands,' Arti said.

Prodded by onlookers, Shyam also started gobbling up the reptile but soon relinquished the feast in deference to an elderly man's advice. 'I liked the taste of snakes, especially the tail-end, which tastes like raw mutton,' he said. 'The head and neck tastes somewhat bitter because of the poison.'

Shyam claims to have also preyed upon all types of lizards 'including the wild, black variety that is more poisonous than snakes', he claims. 'Once I also bit a ferocious dog that had gone on a biting spree in our locality in Junnardeo,' he recalled. The dog, like all his reptile victims, died instantly. Read more........Man eats live snakes, says they taste delicious

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