Big snake spreads panic at Lahore’s vaccination centre

By: News Desk      Published: 11:29 AM, 21 Aug, 2021
Big snake spreads panic at Lahore’s vaccination centre
TV grab.

The appearance of a five feet long snake at a coronavirus vaccination centre in Lahore on Saturday created fear among the staff as well as the people present on the occasion, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The incident happened at a drive-through vaccination centre situated in Qaddafi Stadium.

However, the staff managed to kill the snake after half-an-hour long effort.

In a similar incident two weeks ago, on August 7, a snake had appeared at Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport, spreading panic and fear in people, particularly in the airport staff.

Quoting sources, the TV channel had reported that although the staff clubbed the snake to death, which reportedly came out of one of the rooms of the fire station, still there were reports of the presence of more snakes in these rooms.

It was speculated that the snake might have entered one of fire station rooms from the bushes surrounding the runway.

And hardly three days after, on August 10, the presence of a snake at Islamabad airport had made people run for the cover.

On seeing the snake, which reportedly had come out of the state lounge, both the passengers as well as the airport staff got panicky and ran in order to save their lives.

Reporter Shahzad Ahmed Abdali