VIRAL VIDEO: Decapitated copperhead bites itself - KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

VIRAL VIDEO: Decapitated copperhead bites itself

Posted by Brad Conaway - email

(WFIE) -This will probably be the most amazing, and for many of you, most disturbing thing you see all day long.

A man cuts the head off of a huge Copperhead (an extremely poisonous species) and what comes next you kind of have to see to believe.

A man named Sam Billiter from Huntsville, Alabama, uploaded this video to his Facebook page and YouTube, and thousands of people and said "ewwwww" and then immediately shared in on their page.

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any sick feelings or bad dreams the video elicits.

Here's the link to the You Tube video.

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