"I accidentally sawed in half some sort of large snake inside of this log," Saunders said in a video posted to YouTube. Which sounds like a calm sentence when you read it typed out nicely like that. But, as we completely understand, Saunders is not as happy about the appearance of the snake as it might sound. In fact, he's sort of freaking out, which only makes sense when you've accidentally sawed a tree demon in half.
Sorry, snake. We meant snake.
And, speaking of being sorry, we do definitely feel sorry for this little buddy. He didn't expect to get sawed in half today, so his day is probably going a lot worse than yours, no matter how bad you think it is. Don't say your day can't get any worse. That's probably what he was saying before he retired to his tree hole and got chopped in pieces.
Nobody is quite sure how the snake got there, but it slowly began slithering out backward. This is likely the point where we would turn and run away screaming. However, Saunders remained to video tape the whole incident for posterity. To teach them a lesson about checking the hole before you chop a log.
"Oh, my god! Here comes its head," Saunders told the camera. But when the snake came out, the head appeared to be missing. You might be able to guess what happened to the head, and it's not a fun tale that Mr. Snake is going to be telling to his kids. Mostly because he doesn't have a head.
"Where the f*** is its head?" Saunders asked, seemingly stunned at sight of the writhing snake. Maybe he's not really thinking about it too clearly because a giant snake has just wriggled out of a tree, but yeah, we're pretty sure he chopped off the head and it's kind of just chilling in the log.
Before the video ends, Saunders ran to the other half of the felled tree to find the tail end of the unlucky snake.
"Still moving," he said, just before the camera cuts off.
But on the bright side, he still got the job done and has all that firewood ready now.
Check Out the Video
The YouTube video of the ordeal quickly racked up millions of views. Watch the whole thing and see the craziness unfold before your eyes. 25 million people wanted to see it, so you probably do too. And then you'll want to forget about it promptly.