Australian actress Rose Byrne is terrified of returning home because her parents' land is infested with deadly snakes.
The Get Him To The Greek star's family runs a garlic farm in Tasmania and the area is overrun with poisonous creatures, so they are advised to stock anti-venom medicine in case of any possible bites.
But Byrne is in despair every time she visits the rural area because her parents refuse to keep the life-saving shots in the house.
She says, "Every time I visit my parents I have to watch out for deadly brown snakes. My mum and dad run a garlic farm in Tasmania and the landscape is just stunning, wild and rugged, but it's infested with snakes - if you get bitten you've got to get an anti-venom shot within 35 minutes or you could die.
"Most people keep the shots on the farm, but my parents don't. They're playing with fire. It's worse in the summer, but you see them all the time. My parents laugh about it, but it's scary. I'll take precautions if I'm doing any bush walks. I'm not a fan of snakes."