Snake found in laundry room charms Calgary man: 'We had a good laugh' T Swift, a two-foot ball python, has found a new home with Calgary man Peter Quebec-Stacey. (Supplied) What began as a startling find during laundry day has sparked a lifelong friendship between man and serpent. Peter Quebec-Stacey's roommate was in their condo unit's lower-floor laundry on Tuesday when she encountered a most unexpected visitor: a two-foot ball python curled up under the washing machine. "She was screaming at first — we were both quite scared at the start, as we weren't sure what the snake's reaction would be to being handled," Quebec-Stacey said. "Once we realized how sweet she is we both had a good laugh at how crazy the whole situation was." Carefully transporting their writing guest back to their unit, the two started trying to track down information on who the snake belonged to and what exactly they were dealing with.
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