Australian mom discovered a large venomous snake terrorizing her kid's Lego city

What would happen if a giant, poisonous snake invaded an animated Lego film?

A mother from Gold Coast, a city in Queensland, Australia, found an unexpected creature terrorizing her child's Lego city. Gold Coast and Brisbane Snake Catchers posted a photo Wednesday on their Facebook of a large male eastern brown snake slithering around a tower of Legos.

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The snake apparently entered through the garage door before it made it's way to the toys.

Snake catcher, Tony Harrison, told Mashable that the mom who found the snake was horrified to discover it's species, "She thought it was a carpet python, then when I told her it was an eastern brown and how venomous it was, she was shocked."

Turns out, the eastern brown is the second most venomous type of snake in the world.

Raise your hand if you would never set foot in your garage again.

According to Harrison's comments on the photo, an easter brown can grow to be about 2.2 meters, but this one was about 1.7 meters. And for those of us not great at conversions, that is roughly about 5.6 feet. So at least it wasn't as big as it could be...right?

Harrison even posted a video of the scary thing's capture.

Lego city has certainly never encountered such a frightening villain.

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