Finding a snake in Florida isn’t tricky, but discovering one in a toilet first thing in the morning sounds like a scene from “Snakes on a Plane.”

A Florida man got the scare of a lifetime after finding a non-venomous Ball Python snake slithering around his toilet in Coral Springs, CBS Miami reported.

The Coral Springs Humane Unit was called to an apartment building around 4 a.m. on May 26 after a resident discovered a three-foot python either trying to exit or enter his toilet, according to Coral Springs police spokesman Chris Swinson.

The snake was captured and taken to a reptile center.

Authorities don’t know how the snake got into the toilet but it may have belonged to a former tenant and may have been loose in the plumbing system, Swinson said.

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