Matt Damon stepped on a python in Chris Hemsworth's home turf

Published: Nov 13, 2019, 08:53 IST | IANS | Los Angeles

During a TV show, Matt Damon revealed how he managed to step on an eight-foot python when leaving his car during a visit to his friend back in March

Matt Damon
Matt Damon

Actor Matt Damon has revealed that he stepped on an eight-foot python while visiting his star friend Chris Hemsworth in Australia. He regularly takes his family to visit Hemsworth in Australia. During a TV show, Damon revealed how he managed to step on an eight-foot python when leaving his car during a visit to his friend back in March, reports dailymail.co.uk.

"I stepped on a snake last time I was there -- like an eight-foot python!" he recalled. "I was getting out of a car. That's how many things in Australia are crazy - I was getting out of a car in a neighbourhood that borders an area with trees going down to the beach."

Wearing a pair of flip flops, it took him a few seconds to realise he had stepped on the snake. "I got out of the car and stepped on something that felt like a large piece of wood, and I looked down and it was a snake. It didn't even really notice that I was on it," he said. He also shared that the family trip before saw his youngest daughter, Stella, nine, getting bitten by a jellyfish.

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