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San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis took to Facebook to let the world know that intruders are not welcome in his home. Willis posted a set pf photos which showed a snake who tried to get into his house, and it also showed the shotgun which Patrick used to kill the reptile. Patrick posted the following caption to go along with the photos, “Never a dull moment. I had an intruder in my house welcome to the hills……. Got em”
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(Courtesy of Patrick Willis Facebook Page)
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