Some 100 residents, including anxious relatives, launched a search for the woman after she failed to return from her garden on Thursday night. More than 100 people starting looking for Tiba in the village of Persiapan Lawela on the island.
They, however, stumbled upon the bloated seven-metre python just 30 metres from where the missing woman's sandals and machete were found.
Wa Tiba left her home on Muna Island and walked to her cornfield that was about half a mile from her house.
Villagers retrieve the woman's body from the python's belly.
"The family then reported this to the police and the search reached its conclusion at 9am".
ViralPressThe victim has to be cut out of the python after she was devoured
An Indonesian woman who had gone missing was found inside a 23-foot-long python which apparently swallowed her.
"The snake's belly was cut open and the body of the victim was found inside", said Hamka.
"People took the snake into the village and started splitting the snake".
Death of Wa Tiba is not the first case when a human has been attacked and killed by a reticulated python. Later in the video Tiba's remains are removed from the snake's belly - fully dressed and intact.
A young farmer was swallowed by an enormous killer snake in March past year after harvesting a rubber plantation.
Giant pythons, which regularly exceed six metres, are commonly found in Indonesia and the Philippines. Last year a 25-year-old man was swallowed whole by a similar serpent.
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