1. Wide of interior of the mall tilt down to the stage where Khum Chaibuddee is attempting record breaking
2. Close up of king cobra
3. Mid of Khum kissing the king cobra
4. Wide Khum on stage thanking audience
5. Mid of spectators
6. Various of Khum taking out the king cobra from its box to the stage
7. Close up of king cobra
8. Wide of Khum on stage trying to kiss the snake
9. Close up of trainer
10. Close up of Khum kissing king cobra
11. Television screen showing score changing from 7 to 8 "dangerous kisses"
12. Various of audience
13. Wide of Khum on stage jumping around the snake, then kissing it
14. Mid of trainers watching
15. Khum standing on stage confronting with king cobra
16. Pan from king cobra to Khum's face
17. Picture of king cobra next to the stage
18. Khum kissing another king cobra
19. Audience applauding
20. Various of Khum on stage thanking audience
21. More of audience applauding
22. SOUNDBITE: Khum Chaibuddee, snake charmer:
"Every time I was confronting with a king cobra, I tried to think of a way to kiss it. Some of them rose very high. I needed to be careful of the lower part of my body because that's where they attack. Every time I heard the bell rang, I was happy that another one was kissed."
A Thai snake charmer kissed 19 highly poisonous king cobras in an attempt to set a world record on Saturday.
One by one, the cobras were released onto a stage set up in the Thai beach resort town of Pattaya, as the snake charmer, Khum Chaibuddee, kissed each beast and then moved onto the next.
Security was tight, with four additional snake charmers flanking the stage at each corner and a medical team waiting on the sidelines with serum in case one of the snakes snapped, said a statement from Thailand's Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum in Pattaya, which organised the event.
The museum's manager said Ripley's planned to submit the record attempt to the Guinness Book of World Records to overtake a previous record set in 1999 when an American kissed 11 venomous snakes.
Khum, a part-time snake charmer for more than 12 years, urged children and onlookers not to try the feat on their own, saying he had been bitten in the past.