A Nepalese farmer who was bitten by a venomous snake took revenge by sinking his teeth into the reptile and killing it, police said on Thursday.
Mohamed Salmo Miya was farming near his village 125 miles southeast of Kathmandu when he encountered the deadly common cobra.
"A farmer in Bardanga village has killed a white cobra with his teeth out of anger," an official said. "The snake bit him while he was working in his paddy field on Tuesday evening and the man chased it and killed it."
Miya was treated at a local clinic and is recovering at home.
"I was very angry after the snake bit into me. Then I followed the snake, grabbed it and bit it to death," the 55-year-old told the Nepali-language Annapurna Post. "I could have killed it with a stick but I was mad with anger and wanted to take revenge. I killed it with my teeth."