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At 6’1″ and 240 pounds, you would think San Francisco 49ers line backer Patrick Willis would be able to remove a nonvenomous gopher snake from his house with his hands. Instead, Willis resorted to a pellet gun to kill the snake before picking him up.
Luckily for his Facebook followers, Willis was able to snap a few photos of himself shooting the snake and then holding its body up for the camera.
It is nice to see that even at 240 pounds, Willis is just as afraid of snakes as I am.
Check out the photo below:
(Source: Patrick Willis’ Facebook)
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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...
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Let this be a lesson to all snakes attempting try to get onto the property of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis.
If you think that you'll survive, Willis will shoot you down:
(Courtesy of Patrick Willis Facebook Page)
San Francisco 49ers All-Pro linebacker Patrick Willis (who formerly balled out at Ole Miss) shot and killed a snake with a pellet gun outside of his house.
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