A Malaysian firemen called the “snake whisperer” because of his ability in handling harmful serpents has actually died after being bitten by a cobra.
Abu Zarin Hussin, that had appeared on TV show Asia’s Got Ability “kissing” a serpent, was bitten by a wild spewing cobra after responding to a call to catch the aggressive reptile.
Mr Hussin, that was off-duty at the time he participated in the allure for help in Bentong, central Pahang, passed away in hospital 4 days after being poisoned.
Verifying his death, Khiruddin Drahman, supervisor of Kuala Lumpur Fire as well as Rescue Department, stated: “The snake he caught was a wild spitting cobra. A solitary bite can even eliminate an elephant. We shed a gifted policeman. It is a tragic occasion.”
Mr Hussin, 33, ended up being a viral feeling in 2016 after it was incorrectly reported he had actually married a snake thinking it was a reincarnation of his girlfriend.
It was this identification mix-up, in which media outlets wrongly recognized him as a Thai guy who joined his pet snake – that led to his global fame.
He later on appeared on TV, showing up on Asia’s Got Talent with a big cobra in an act which entailed him scrubing his nose against the fatal serpent’s head.
Mr Hussin had learnt his snake-handling abilities from his dad, whom he called a “serpent charmer”, as well as had actually functioned as a fireman for Ten Years, inning accordance with Malaysian news electrical outlet The Celebrity.
He led snake-catching classes for firemen – referred to as the King Cobra Squad – who are frequently sent to handle venomous snakes in booming locations of Malaysia.
A lover of serpents, he was said to pride himself in his ability to determine the deadly reptiles, constantly catching them without hurting them.
He had previously recuperated from the jaws of death after being bitten by a viper, and also spent two days in a coma in 2015 after being assaulted by a cobra.
Mr Hussin leaves a wife, and had four animal serpents King, Chip as well as Cik Hubbub.
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