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Whilst I don't believe it has ever been done with a human, there is a case of a python which ate an alligator and was then xrayed as it digested it
It is likely that something similar would be seen with a human
Well assuming a similar bone density to the alligator then all that would be left of the guy would be a mush of digestive slurry. On the xray only an area of white/hazy appearance would be seen and it would not be discernable as a person. Any metallic objects that the guy may have had on him would however show up very clearly, for example if he had a metal implant somewhere in his body
They would probably be dissolved at least to some extent by the snakes powerful stomach acid
The soft tissues would be first to be digested and then bone later on. I doubt there would be anything recognisable from the swimming trunks. Only any metallic objects would pass through undigested