Video shows man pulling terrifying snake out of gas pump

A Georgia man was caught on video pulling a 4-foot-long snake out of a gas pump, which he says was "no big deal."

While at a Cowboys Shell gas station, footage shows Brandon Radke wrapping his shirt around his hands and using the nozzle to grab the snake's head and force it out of hiding.

He told Channel 2 he was careful to make sure the snake didn't bite him, which wasn't hard because he and snakes get along just fine.

"Once you grab behind the head it can't really reach around and get you," Radke told WSB-TV.

As terrified onlookers watched, Radke released the non-venomous snake into the woods.

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