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Let us be clear:

Snakes on a Plane is a highly entertaining movie that stars the one and only Samuel L. Jackson.

Snakes in one’s house, though? Dangling from one’s ceiling? That is not entertaining in any way, shape or form.

But that is exactly the situation Greenwood, South Carolina resident Mark Hyatt found himself in this week.

In a disturbing video that has gone viral for the most frightening of reasons, Hyatt shared footage on Facebook of the scene he arrived home to one day after work.

It features two snakes hanging down from Hyatt’s ceiling.

It’s the scariest thing we’ve ever seen in our entire lives and we don’t understand how Hyatt didn’t immediately pack up and move.

"Please, don’t go in my bedroom," he can be heard saying in the following video, which he posted along with the following caption:

Yes, this is what I came home to today. I got one out (after some violent hand to hand combat,) but the other is lost in the house somewhere. Anyone want to come for a sleep over at my place tonight?

Hyatt told a local FOX affiliate that he attempted to sweep one of the snakes out the door… but  it kept charging its way back in, three times overall.

So he finally picked the snake up and threw him into the backyard.

“Of course, I was in shock,” Hyatt added to The Huffington Post. “But I thought my dad would really get a kick out of this, so I pulled out my phone and started shooting video.

As for that second snake? The one he did not throw into his yard?

“It’s still in my house and I don’t know where it is."

Oh. Oh God…