Wa Tiba, 54, left her home on Muna island to visit her cornfield Thursday night, according to the Jakarta Post. Her family and neighbors launched a search after finding her sandals and a flashlight in her garden the next morning.
The field was about a half mile from her house, surrounded by cliffs, caves and a certain number of reticulated pythons, the longest snakes in the world. Her sister went looking for her at the plantation and a search party was launched soon after involving about 100 residents, including her anxious relatives.
The over 8-minute long footage, which has gone viral on social media, shows villagers gathering around the captured, swollen snake before a man slowly slices it open with a machete.
"When they cut open the snake's belly they found Tiba's body still intact with all her clothes", the official told The Los Angeles Times.
Past year a farmer was killed by a python on the village of Salubiro on the island of Sulawesi.
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While her head was towards the tail of the huge snake, her legs were by its mouth, an indication that she was swallowed head first.
As per snake-lovers and wildlife researchers, these reticulated pythons are believed to pose no danger to human life but blame these frequently occurring incidents on humans' encroaching the natural habitat of these giant wilds who need wider space to live.
The villagers killed the snake and laid it out on the ground.
"This is like a horror movie - people are terrified", said a villager, Ayu Kartika.
In March 2017, another farmer was killed by a python in the village of Salubiro on Sulawesi island.