It appears celebrated actress Jacqueline Nyaminde, who is most notable for her Wilbroda role in ‘Papa Shirandula’, has bigger b*lls than Eric Omondi.

This is after she proved she is pure guts and steel when she posed with a huge African rock python around her neck. This she did during an excursion to the Crocodile and Snake Farm in Malindi a few days ago.

In addition to carrying the weight of the 25kg reptile on her shoulders, Nyaminde also ‘bonded’ with a live crocodile hatchling.

She shared the pictures on Instagram, sending shivers down the spines of her followers, with some noting that the radio personality has a particular liking for the reptiles. This is not the first time the actress has scared her followers with snakes.

Last year, she posted another cringe-worthy picture holding a bunch of snakes. Though hard to tell if they were real or toys, those of us with ophidiophobia could not stand the sight.

Media personality Massawe Japanni wrote: “Weirdo?.”

njeshqabbz added: “Jesus!??”

bettypritty asked: “Why do want me to break my phone?”

kipronohmoorgan speculated: “Ama kweli kuna mashetani???”

sala_maaa wrote: “Wewe your mad!! Wallah f****k that shit!! Mmh why is she not running? ????”

On her most recent post, the comments were more or less the same.

xariahmayy wrote: “Unapendanga izi jokes za nyoka…”

mcmwass asked: “What’s this about you and snakes..???”

raddyatiang confessed: “@nyaminde the thought of a reptile on my skin is too chilling. I would be scared to death.”

bellarh_kariuki shared her experience saying: “I like this I held a snake at malindi pia and it was frightening. Though iliniokoa I dnt do house chores for a week my aunt wouldn’t let snake hands touch her utensils.”

ezekielindongole commneted: “Kuna michezo zingine huwa sipendi kuziona”