Tourists have fled in absolute terror when confronted by the huge snakes seen this year in areas surrounding Loch Ness.
“At first I thought it’s impossible” Stephen Rickman told The Loch Ness Free press. “I’ve read about huge man eating snakes in the Amazon and the horrors that lurk deep within the forests but nothing prepared us for this as we walked the Great Glen Way.”
Professor Kettle of the The Ness Research Project is currently documenting the rise of the serpents and attributes it to climate change. “Newspapers are already reporting this year for the second highest ever number of reported sightings of Nessie and Killer Wasps are now building huge hives around the glen. This is important science and we are keeping a close watching brief”.