Thai man saves python from cooking pot, presents it to monks

A Thai man saved a 3-metre long python from being cooked and determined to offer it to monks at the Kode Thim Tharam temple in the eastern Rayong province. However, the monks declined the supply because of inappropriate circumstances for the snake on the temple.
Snap at 7am, Prasert Linsamphan brought a python named ‘Nong Jiji’ to the Kode Thim Tharam temple in Rayong. The snake, weighing over 10 kilograms, was contained in a sack. Upon revealing its content, the monks and temple-goers had been shocked to see the big python.
Prasert recounted that the python was close to changing into a meal for the locals, so he intervened and saved its life. Initially, he meant to maintain the python as a companion for Jiji, but Prasert’s concern for Jiji made him deliver the python to the temple instead. However, the monks have been unable to accept the python.
The abbot of Kode Thim Tharam temple, Phra Karun Tingchalo, defined that the temple was not appropriate to accommodate the python as that they had varied different animals such as canine, chickens, and birds. He suggested that the python be launched back into nature and performed a blessing ritual for the snake to ease Prasert’s concerns.
After having the python blessed by the monk, Prasert introduced the snake to the temple’s altar to remove leeches found on its body. He hoped that the number of leeches might bring him good fortune. He efficiently eliminated six leeches from the python.
Teeraput Sukkasem, a forty three year old temple-goer, expressed bewilderment upon seeing Prasert’s automobile adorned with garlands and filled with choices. Further astonishment got here when Prasert exited the car with a python wrapped round his head while carrying the sack containing another massive python. Despite his fear of snakes, Teeraput managed to assemble his composure and led Prasert to the abbot..

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