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If you are scared to fly, you should be happy you were not on this flight.
Similar to a clip taken straight from the Samuel L. Jackson movie Snakes on a Plane.”
On Monday passages aboard an Aeromexico flight were given priority to land in Mexico City. Why?
Passenger Indalecio Medina captured a green venomous viper snake slithering its way down into the main cabin.
Freaked out? I know we are. According to Medina, the majority of the cabin stayed calm while the pilot announced that they would be making a priority landing.
“It was a frightening situation … but people remained calm because it didn’t get out of that space and nobody became hysterical,” Medina continued saying, “Some people got up to see what kind of reptile it was, but nobody got carried away.”
While the snake was making its final descent into the cabin, the passengers who were sitting right by it slowly moved to avoid any contact with the venomous reptile.
Aeromexico has since released a statement saying they are not sure how the snake ended up on the plane, but they are conducting a full investigation and ensuring that this incident is the last of its kind.
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