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Python makes 9,000-mile flight in woman's shoe

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It's the Samuel L. Jackson sequel we've all been waiting for: A Scottish woman has survived a real-life case of a Snake on a Plane, finding a python curled up in her shoe after a 9,000 mile flight from Australia.

Moira Boxall was shocked to discover a live spotted python in her suitcase after traveling from Queensland to Glasgow on Thursday.

The serpent had taken up residence in a shoe, and had even started shedding its skin during the lengthy journey.

https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/python-australia-scotland-flight-scli-intl/index.html

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AstralHorus

Lol poor guy just saw her shoe as a nice warm dark hiding spot. Then got whisked away on a cold journey. Reptiles are quite fascinating, they can go months and even years without eating in a state of brumation.

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AllPossible

I would not be able to sleep until I found that damn thing.. How do u go back to sleep knowing you have a snake in the house?

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AstralHorus

I think Im biased as I already have one as a pet xD

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EnderOTD

Breaking News:

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paperdyer

 The snake may not have been venomous, just a constrictor that can squeeze you to death.  Big upgrade.  BTW - I hate snakes, gators and crocs.  I respect them as well, but woud prefer if there weren't any of them.

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purrrpetrator

Not the first time that's happened

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