Russell Crowe: Encountering a Poisonous Snake
Encountering a poisonous snake
Russell Crowe clashed with a snake outside his Australian ranch.
Russell Crowe (58) got away with the shock. The actor reported on Twitter of an encounter with a venomous Bandy-Bandy snake in the driveway of his home. “Me and my buddy Bandy Bandy,” writes the New Zealander on the short message service. “Fortunately his markings revealed his presence”. Crowe also posts a picture of the snake, which is patterned in striking black and white.
Never leave the house at night without shoes
The experience would have for Russell Crowe can end with a snake bite. He had left the house at night without shoes. More than dangerous due to the many poisonous animals in his adopted home of Australia. “A little reminder of how foolish that decision was,” Crowe comments on his careless trip outside.
The Eastern Bandy-Bandy belongs to the poison snakes and is mainly found in the northern and eastern parts Australia before. Although the species is poisonous, a bite is not considered life-threatening.
Russell Crowe was born in Wellington, New Zealand, but lives in Australia. Here he commutes between two places of residence. In Sydney he lives with his new girlfriend Britney Theriot in the Woolloomooloo district. Otherwise he spends his time on his ranch in Nana Glen. There the snake lurked for him.