Rylan Clark has been left terrified after finding a grass snake in his Essex home just a year after another slithered into the house.
The TV presenter, from Stanford-le-Hope, took to Instagram to show his followers the footage of the snake on his security cameras.
Rylan revealed he was hiding out away from the area because he "didn't feel safe" in his Brentwood home.
The 34-year-old captioned the new video on his Instagram: "OH MY F***ING GOD. Noticed one of my cameras had moved. THAT B*****D IS BACK SEND HELP OMG.
"THATS TWICE NOW WTF WHY IS THIS HAPPENING."
He later revealed the snake managed to get away, despite calling in professionals for help, sharing another video captioned: "Thanks @gtkanimals . Snake 1 Rylan 0."
He added: "We didn't find the snake...the lovely people from GTK Animals, they have some zoo where they find alligators and stuff, I wasn't really listening because my head... But we haven't found the snake.
"I've come back in and I forgot that I left my belt on the kitchen side and it scared the s*** out of me.
"So no update on the snake, but we've found the frog. So yeah, the snake lives another day.
"I'll be checking those cameras and we'll go from there. I won't be sleeping tonight, have a lovely night."
It comes just more than a year after another snake entered his home as he filmed the animal slithering along the window in a video he uploaded to his Twitter account.
The animal, believed to be a grass snake, also disappeared later in the night.