The Muscatine City Council is giving a local man 30 days to get rid of two pythons he keeps as pets in his apartment.
The council voted Wednesday to give Anthony Wolfmueller a 30-day extension to find a new home for the snakes.
Originally, the council said the snakes needed to be gone by January 26.
The council says Wolfmueller's pet snakes violate a city ordinance preventing dangerous animals within city limits. Wolfmueller says the snakes won't harm anyone, and wasn't aware of the ordinance.
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