The Nigerian was shocked and nearly passed out when he saw what looked like a snake in the middle of the night on his way to the bathroom to calm himself.
He said that as a man he didn't want to turn on the light and when he went to the toilet to pee, he saw the "snake" lying motionless and overcome by fear, falling and peeing.
Apparently his wife's braided hair had been pulled out the night before. The full post shared on social media will be read;
“So I got up last night to go to the bathroom. I didn't want to turn on the light because we men can pee with our night vision goggles then suddenly I saw something on the floor that looked like a snake so I tried to cut the pee and ran away it didn't work exactly like that I fell like planned, wetting the ground.
Everything was wet - I woke up, turned on the light, it wasn't even a snake, it was one of my wife's damn braids that she took earlier - I think she was trying to kill me.
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