Snake on board Snake invades plane in Thailand scaring passengers

Snake on board: Snake “invades plane in Thailand, scaring passengers; Watch video G1

Snake on the plane: Animal “invades” plane in Thailand and scares passengers; see video

A snake was spotted on a flight in Thailand on Saturday afternoon (13). Horrified passengers discovered the reptile at an altitude of 2,000 feet on an AirAsia plane.

The Airbus A320 model aircraft flew from Bangkok to Phuket Island. The passengers who were under the trunk containing the snake recoiled in horror and jumped out of their seats to stand in the aisle.

A video shows the snake in the upper compartment of the plane. A flight attendant reached the snake and shoved it into a plastic bag with an empty plastic bottle.

According to the author of the video, the incident occurred when the plane was about to land.

“Snakes can fly too! It was all over my head, they found a snake on a plane,” he said.

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Still unsure whether the snake was venomous and potentially deadly it was then safely captured and stored in a cupboard.

One of the stunned passengers, a British tourist from the United Kingdom, said: “I don't like creepy crawlies at the best of times, let alone snakes over my head.”

“I was pretty relieved when they took it [a cobra] Although. The flight attendant was calm and professional. But I jumped every time I felt something, thinking there might be another snake on the plane.

The passenger also remembered the horror film “Snakes on a Plane”

“I saw the movie, but I never thought this would happen to me in real life. What a start to my beach trip.”

Phuket International Airport ground staff boarded the jet before passengers could depart. They searched their carryon bags to make sure none of the passengers had smuggled the snake or other animals aboard the flight.

The snake was later identified as Blanford's bristle snake, a harmless species of snake endemic to Asia. The animals are nonvenomous and avoid attacks on humans.

In October last year, a rat and an otter smuggled along with other exotic creatures in a passenger's carryon luggage caused chaos when they escaped into the air and bit the hand of a flight attendant on a VietJet flight from Bangkok to Taiwan . .