When you have to go, you have to go, and Pai had to go.
The 32-year-old Indonesian construction laborer was building a bridge near the city of Kuching in Malaysia on Friday when he felt awful stomach pains and scurried to the banks of the Sungai Santubong river to empty his raging bowels.
But he encountered something much angrier than indigestion when a six-and-a-half foot crocodile spotted this vulnerable prey and pounced.
Pai told reporters the croc bit him around the waist, and he struggled for 10 minutes to free himself from the beast's jaws as it pulled him toward the water.
Pai managed to wriggle away and survived numerous puncture wounds.
There's probably a moral to this real-life fable in there somewhere. Any suggestions?
Via Daily News.