Corrie star Harry Visinoni horrified as he finds huge snake slithering over his toilet
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Coronation Street 's Harry Visinoni shared his horror after finding a very unexpected visitor in his bathroom.
The actor, who plays Seb Franklin in the ITV soap, couldn't believe his eyes when he found a snake slithering around his toilet after he'd gone into the bathroom to brush his teeth.
The 21-year-old expressed his shock in a video on his Instagram Story as it hid behind the toilet before moving up to the seat.
Tagging his girlfriend Ellie Isaacs in the video, he said: "There is a snake. There is a f**king snake right there!"
He could then be heard off camera describing the snake's colourings and patterns on the phone before an expert came to take it away.
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Harry told Metro : "I just felt really confused to be honest.
"I don’t think my girlfriend is ever going to go to the toilet on her own ever again."
Harry also shared videos of the RSPCA worker who turned up to carefully remove the snake from his home.
There was a snake sitting on his toilet
It slithered onto the seat from behind the toilet
She could be heard telling the snake: "I love you to bits, but I ain't getting bitten."
She told Harry and Ellie to watch their fingers as the snake might lash out in fear.
"He's going to be p***ed off," she joked as she pulled the snake out from behind a radiator where it was hiding.
The RSPCA came to the rescue
The snake was seemingly left behind at the property
Harry shared a picture of the snake safe and sound in a fabric bag as he thanked the RSPCA for coming to his rescue.
He wrote: "Turns out he was a gift from the previous owner of the flat…"