"Enough is enough! I've had it with these monkey-fightin' snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane!"
It is a good thing that Samuel L. Jackson (more than likely...we don't really know for sure...) wasn't on this flight from Germany to Russia, because he certainly would not have been happy to see Snakes On a Plane turn into a reality for him.
Somehow, a man made it through security at Dusseldorf Airport with not one, not two, not three, but 20 snakes!!!
It wasn't until he landed in Moscow that the Environmental Protection Agency figured out that something was wrong with his luggage.
The man packed the 20 live snakes into canisters, which he then packed into a hand bag.
Now, I know most of you are thinking, "Oh, good. At least they were in canisters."
No! No, no, no. Canisters are not good enough! How many movies have we seen where snakes have broken out of terrariums and other tanks? Too many, that's how many!
I don't care if none of the snakes were venomous. I still wouldn't want one slithering up onto the seat next to me, because that definitely is not what I think of when I think of a comforting emotional support animal.
Nope, not even a little bit.
Read the full story at Newsweek