Perhaps it lacks the gravitas of Matthew’s post, and it wasn’t narrated by David Attenborough, but it is in its own class of terror.
La vibora voladora…ja ja ja. Una experiencia única en el Vuelo Torreón-México, vuelo 231 de Aeroméxico. Eso si…Prioridad en aterrizaje. pic.twitter.com/qwDk6Wtszw
— Indalecio Medina (@Inda_medina) November 6, 2016
According to KTLA yesterday Aeromexico made this unwelcome discovery on a Sunday flight to Mexico. No-one was hurt and animal control took the snake into care once they reached their destination.
I think we can all agree that henceforth movies with suggestive names like Sharknado should be vehemently protested and banned if possible, because Mother Nature is clearly just taking these sorts of things as a suggestion.
7 thoughts on “Snakes on a plane!”
Liven up a soporific trip.
Snake on a plane.
Can’t tell what kind of snake it is, but it is not obviously venomous.
What? No cut away for passenger reaction?
“I think we can all agree that henceforth movies with suggestive names like Sharknado should be vehemently protested and banned if possible,”
So are you saying I should burn the Trumpnado script I was working on?
That goddamn movie ruined — I mean just flat ruined! — doin’ the nasty in airliner bathrooms for me.
Has there been any serious effort at species identification here? My snake skills are somewhat rusty, and I’d like to know what it is.