A disgusting 32-feet-long tapeworm horrified a man as he pulled it out of his backside while using the toilet.
44-year-old, Kritsada Ratprachoom, felt something “sticking out of his bottom” and soon yanked the live parasite free.
The repulsed father, from Udon Thani in north eastern Thailand, described its texture as sticky and stretchy.
“I felt like I wasn’t finished defecating, like something was left.
“Turns out there was something sticking out of my bottom,” the freelance photographer said.
Pictures show the long tapeworm wriggled up on the toilet.
Kritsada took the snaps and then flushed the slithering parasite down the loo.
He added: “I had just finished dropping my child off at school and ran some errands when I had to go for a number two.
“I got up to see what it was.”
He said the worm, which he estimated to be 32ft long, slithered on the cistern.
But the dad is unsure how it got inside of him in the first place.
Tapeworms are flat, ribbon-like worms that can live in your gut if you swallow their eggs or small, newly hatched worms.
The worms can occasionally spread to other parts of the body and cause serious problems.
But most are easily treated and won’t cause serious problems.
Tapeworms can grow up to 55ft long and can survive in the intestine as long as 25 years.