Police Officer step in to remove two boa constrictors on the loose in London 1
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
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Police Officers have stepped to catch two 8ft Boa Constrictors in east London, using a litter picker and paper bags.

Members of the public contacted police after the snakes were spotted in a children’s playground Plashet Park, East Hamon.

Members of the public gathered and cheered on brave officers and he located and picked the snakes from bushes and placed then in a paper bag.

Excited on lookers filmed the incident, meanwhile one police officer showed off the true sprite of our police officers joining in the fun by telling the other cop picking the snakes out the bush ‘Alright  I’m filming this as well. This is the day Jimbo died’.

The incident highlights the varied role of policing and the expectations that the public have to deal with at times dangerous situations.

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Police Officer step in to remove two boa constrictors on the loose in London