15 October, 2017
While she is maneuvering the boa the man filming her says: "Emily Shaw you are insane, you are insane girl!"
Her video, since being shared on October 12, has collected over 2.7 lakh views, more than 2,700 reactions and nearly 3,000 shares.
As Shaw handles the snake, a co-worker videotaping is heard laughing in disbelief, cheering her on and calling her "crazy".
Thankfully, Leon County Sheriff's Detective Emily Shaw had experience handling exotic animals and could safely capture the 9-foot-long snake, the Leon County Sheriff's Office posted on their Facebook page. It shows the detective first prodding the snake gently with a thick branch.
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He continues to narrate during the clip as he says: "You think he got run-over?" She makes quick work of the anaconda, securing it inside the duffel bag in a matter of minutes.
According to the post, the snake may have been a pet that had either escaped or had been released. "Thank God for people like you, detective Shaw".
They said the snake was found on the east side of Leon County near Louvinia Drive.