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Something's wrong with the windscreen viper! Terrified real estate agent is left trapped inside her car after a snake slithers over her door

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 4/16/2018 Adam McCleery

A Queensland real estate agent was left trapped in her car when a snake decided to slither over her car's bonnet and onto the windscreen. 

Julie Murno, a real estate agent for Ray White Townsville, was between open houses when she found herself in the precarious situation, Perth Now reported. 

She said when she saw the snake making its way up her windscreen she pulled her car over right away and contacted a close friend as she isn't a person who 'kills things'. 

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Queensland real estate agent Julie Murno was trapped in her car when a snake decided to slither over her car's bonnet and onto the windscreen © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Queensland real estate agent Julie Murno was trapped in her car when a snake decided to slither over her car's bonnet and onto the windscreen

Queensland real estate agent Julie Murno was trapped in her car when a snake decided to slither over her car's bonnet and onto the windscreen

'Umm, I have a snake on my car. Can anyone if I should get out of the car or not? Oh my goodness, oh my goodness!,' she said in a Facebook live video. 

Miss Murno's fear took hold and she said it played on her perception of the situation in a comical way, she said she saw a 26 foot snake with a yellow belly on her car. 

'In reality, I know it was only a four-foot harmless tree snake, which are so common in north Queensland,' she said. 

a close up of a street: Miss Murno's fear took hold and she said it played on her perception of the situation in a comical way, she said she saw a 26 foot snake with a yellow belly on her car © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Miss Murno's fear took hold and she said it played on her perception of the situation in a comical way, she said she saw a 26 foot snake with a yellow belly on her car a person smiling for the camera: 'Umm, I have a snake on my car. Can anyone if I should get out of the car or not? Oh my goodness, oh my goodness!,' Miss Murno, (pictured) said in a Facebook live video © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'Umm, I have a snake on my car. Can anyone if I should get out of the car or not? Oh my goodness, oh my goodness!,' Miss Murno, (pictured) said in a Facebook live video

'Umm, I have a snake on my car. Can anyone if I should get out of the car or not? Oh my goodness, oh my goodness!,' Miss Murno, (pictured) said in a Facebook live video

She demonstrated her professionalism by deciding that she couldn't be late for the next open house but the snake also showed its determination and somehow stayed on the roof for the drive. 

Upon arriving the open house she was still too scared to get out of the car.  

'People had started to gather at the home open and were laughing at me,' she said. 

It was one of her colleagues, Ray Daniels, who eventually came to the rescue.

Miss Murno said he was 'the real hero' of the story.

'He just picked it off the roof and put it in a tree.,' she said.

a view of the side of the road: She demonstrated her professionalism by deciding that she couldn't be late for the next open house but the snake also showed its determination and somehow stayed on the roof for the drive © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited She demonstrated her professionalism by deciding that she couldn't be late for the next open house but the snake also showed its determination and somehow stayed on the roof for the drive

She demonstrated her professionalism by deciding that she couldn't be late for the next open house but the snake also showed its determination and somehow stayed on the roof for the drive

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