Just call him Python Dundee.
A Miami man pulled an 18-foot Burmese python out of roadside brush and wrestled with it for 10 minutes before cutting its head off with a knife.
The 128-pound specimen turned out to be the biggest Burmese python ever captured in Florida, besting the previous record by more than a foot, wildlife officials said.
“I was pretty exhausted and I didn’t want to get bit,” Jason Leon, 23, said of the decapitation that ended his struggle with the massive constrictor.
For his trouble, Leon got thanks from the the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, which considers Burmese pythons an invasive species that wreaks havoc on the state’s ecosystem.
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