Bihar Man Bites Back Snake Thrice to Death

Bihar's man bit the snake back as the snake bit him while sleeping, which resulted in the snake's death surprisingly, the man survived
 As per Santosh's myth, he reacted aggressively, grabbed the snake with an iron rod, and bit it thrice to neutralize the venom. (Representational Image: Unsplash)
As per Santosh's myth, he reacted aggressively, grabbed the snake with an iron rod, and bit it thrice to neutralize the venom. (Representational Image: Unsplash)

The unusual incident grabbed the attention of everyone as Bihar's man bit the snake back as the snake bit him while sleeping, which resulted in the snake's death surprisingly, the man survived after receiving treatment at the hospital.

The shocking incident happened on July 2 when 35-year-old man Santosh Lohar a laborer from Jharkhand who was part of the railway project team in Rajouli in Nawada, Bihar, at night was sleeping at his camp and a venom snake bit him unknowingly. As per Santosh's myth, he reacted aggressively, grabbed the snake with an iron rod, and bit it thrice to neutralize the venom.

Shockingly, the snake died and the railway officials took Santosh immediately to a nearby hospital, luckily he survived and was discharged the next day. During the conversation with the media, Santosh shared the reason behind his unusual reaction to the snake bit and said, "In my village, there's a belief that if a snake bites you, you must bite it back twice to neutralize the venom."

In my village, there's a belief that if a snake bites you, you must bite it back twice to neutralize the venom.
Santosh Lohar (Snakebite survivor)
The news spread over a night and the crowd gathered at the hospital and waited to see Santosh and to listen to his snake bit story. (Representational Image: Unsplash)
The news spread over a night and the crowd gathered at the hospital and waited to see Santosh and to listen to his snake bit story. (Representational Image: Unsplash)

The news spread over a night and the crowd gathered at the hospital and waited to see Santosh and to listen to his snake bit story. Some people perceived that the snake might not have been venomous, as a venomous snake bite could cause danger to life.

Dr. Satish Chandra treated Santosh. According to him, "Santosh, who hails from Jharkhand, is now recovering and is out of danger".

(Input from various sources)

(Rehash/Tabsum Amjad Baig/MSM)

 As per Santosh's myth, he reacted aggressively, grabbed the snake with an iron rod, and bit it thrice to neutralize the venom. (Representational Image: Unsplash)
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