Singapore Woman Calls For Help Suspecting There Was A Cobra In Her Bedroom The woman heard what sounded like a black spitting cobra and local animal experts agreed. A team searched her home for an hour before they found the source: a malfunctioning electric toothbrush.

Singapore Woman Calls For Help Suspecting There Was A Cobra In Her Bedroom

Singapore Woman Calls For Help Suspecting There Was A Cobra In Her Bedroom

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The woman heard what sounded like a black spitting cobra and local animal experts agreed. A team searched her home for an hour before they found the source: a malfunctioning electric toothbrush.

DEBBIE ELLIOTT, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Debbie Elliott. In Singapore this week, a woman heard a strange noise in her bedroom. She suspected it was a snake, and the local animal experts agreed. It sounded like a black spitting cobra. Eek. A team searched her home for an hour before they found the source of the sound - not a deadly venomous snake, just a malfunctioning electric toothbrush. It's MORNING EDITION.

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