CONTENT WARNING: includes video of live snakes.
Bobby Cowan found a scary surprise when lifting an old shed on his Gorman, Texas property.
It had him rattled, to say the least.
Cowan posted a video to Facebook that is giving folks the creepy crawlies and making them want to run for the hills.
The San Antonio Express-News reports Cowan and two of his friends noticed a small snake slither under a dilapidated shed. They decided they wanted to take another look.
It seems the small snake had a lot of friends. Between 30 and 50 friends.
At first the men lifted the shed and when they saw the snakes immediately dropped it. They then came back a little more prepared with equipment to lift the shed. And this time they had a camera ready.
Cowan told the paper:
"We were definitely—what's the right word—freaked out, maybe. Very, very surprised."
"As soon as we lifted up the building, we slammed it right back down because there were so many of them."
On the second peek, the men were a little more relaxed.
"We knew we weren't in that much danger if we didn't get too close, and so then we were able to look at them."
Cowan, and his friends, Matt Stanley and Levi Kirkland caught the snakes with the use of trash cans and sticks to relocate them to a different area on the property away from Cowan's livestock.
Cowan captioned his Facebook post with:
"Welp... look what Bobby just found at our place in Gorman!!!!!!!!! #jesusforrealtakethewheel #nope"
People are NOT here for it.
Folks on social media were giving this a hard no too.
@nypost Subhead: "Man Learns Important Lesson About Not Looking Under Abandoned Sheds"— Joshua Mansbach (@Joshua Mansbach)1545998634.0
@nypost https://t.co/8GecQYEIB9— FurQueue (@FurQueue)1545999665.0
@nypost My. Nightmare.— Shireen | The Happy Days Travels (@Shireen | The Happy Days Travels)1545998492.0
@nypost I would have a heart attack and die.— Lisa Marie (@Lisa Marie)1545999656.0
Cowan potentially lost some Facebook friends over the traumatizing video.
We are happy that all snakes, humans and livestock came out unscathed.