That's it from the Suffolk Live team until 08:00 on Wednesday.
Following on from the story about the Ipswich man who found a 4ft snake in his garden, we'll leave you with this advice from the RSPCA if the same thing happens to you.
Exotics specialist Nicola White says there are a number of native reptiles in Great Britain.
"Releasing a non-native species into the countryside, or allowing it to escape, is an offence under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981," she said.
"This is to prevent threats to our native wildlife by introduced species.
"If the snake is an exotic pet that has escaped, or been deliberately released, we would be concerned for its welfare, as if it is a non-native species then it is unlikely to be able to survive long-term in our climate.
"If anyone does come across a stray exotic pet snake our advice is to keep a safe distance, monitor the snake and call us."