An Electrician Found A Dead Snake Inside a PlayStation 4

We all know that game consoles can accumulate all sorts of debris. From tangled hair to a wall of dust, it’s not surprising to find a very dirty console if you open it up.

But for a Brazilian electrician, this particular PlayStation 4 console had a small surprise inside. A dead snake.

The PlayStation 4 console was reported experiencing a bug where “It turned on and then off, and it released a strong smell.” The electrician initially thought it was an electrical issue but instead, found a dead snake inside the console, underneath the machinery.

So remember, if your PlayStation 4 starts having issues and gives off a weird smell, you might have a dead snake inside.

Source: YouTube via Mashable

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