Abar Salubiro, 25, disapeared after he set off harvesting palm oil in a remote village on the island of West Sulawesi, Indonesia, UK newspaper the Mirror reports. The footage, which runs for five minutes, shows horrified locals peeling open the snake, only to be confronted with the man's lifeless feet. Villagers searching for Akbar became suspicious when they spotted a large snake moving in an awkward fashion.
According to the Saint Louis Zoo, reticulated pythons, which are native to Southeastern Asia, can grow to be 33 feet in length, but most average between 17 and 22 feet. "It seems he was attacked from behind, because we found a wound on his back".
After an hour, they cut the skin of the snake and found inside the whole young man.
His body - still wearing wellington boots, shorts and a shirt - appeared intact inside the snake's length. The snakes are usually found in the Philippines and Indonesia.
The snake was cut open and Akbar's body was recovered.
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It is extremely rare for Pythons to kill and eat humans, but they are known to eat monkeys, pigs, and other mammals. In 2005 a Burmese python tried to swallow an alligator whole - it burst in the process and both died, their bodies later being found by Florida rangers.
"In essence they can go as large as their prey goes".
Villagers discovered the snake, which was classified as a reticulated python, a day later and noticed the sizable bulge in its stomach.
Despite that, stories about giant snakes attacking and eating humans crop up from time to time.