How do you handle the 2nd most deadliest snake in the world whose bite will render you with cardiovascular failure and resulting in certain death if left untreated?
With your hands duh!
Pretty much everything in Australia will kill you, the Eastern brown is also second to the inland Taipan although the two are often interchangeable depending on the amount of people they kill per year.
But if you put it to science the venom in an Eastern Brown isn't as toxic as the inland taipan. But that doesn't mean your safe, you're still dead if it bites you.
What's even more scary are baby snakes like the one in the video. See, these lil busters don't know how to control their venom. Mature snakes might not want to kill you but give you a scare so will inject a low does, not a risk to take because chances are that will still kill.
Juvenile snakes on the other hand, they want you dead and they will empty their entire reserve of venom or as much as possible until you remove it from your body.
Now, if you've been bit, it's going to take you a few seconds to figure out you've been bit. By the time you freak out and try to run with a snake attached to your leg it's already emptied its venom reservoir into your blood stream.
So how long you got if bitten? Few things to consider and taking into acct if it was a mature snake you need to get it off you as soon as possible, bandage it up and restrict the venom flow as best as possible.
If done correctly, under 30minutes to get medical attention.
If its a baby snake, 10 - 15mins
But it's all good, just pick em up like this. Also, if you notice the snake bites the blokes shoe. Hitting a hard surface it probably realised it wasn't able to take out its opponent and tried to run for the drain.