Sunday, August 26, 2007

Snakes on a motha-f*ckin' plane. No really.

It was no movie moment for a Mississippi doctor who discovered a snake on a recent flight. Doctor Ed Carruth was flying in a one-seat plane yesterday when he felt something "licking" his arm. His guest was a gray rat snake.

Carruth said once he and the snake both got their bearings, they came to an agreement to not bother each other. The snake then slithered to the back of the plane. When Carruth arrived at Brookhaven Municipal Airport, officials called a snake expert to locate the stowaway and remove it from the airplane. The snake has been released into the wild. » Article here

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