*&#*@^ Snake on a *&#*@^ Plane!

By RodneyHatfieldJr for Into The Mind

You read that with Samuel L. Jackson's voice, didn’t you? Well, we have a real-life snake on a plane. NPR reported that an AirAsia flight that was headed from Kuala Lumpur to Tawau in Malaysia had to make an emergency landing in Kuching Malaysia after passengers caught sight of something large crawling through the plane’s overhead light fixtures.

TikTok by user @edal8808 caught the whole thing on camera and posted it in his feed.

The airline didn’t confirm the stowaway at first, but the airline’s chief security officer Liong Tien Ling verified the incident in a statement to CNN. According to Ling, Air Asia acknowledges the snake was found during the flight and they diverted to Kuching to be disinfected. Ling told the publication that the passengers were in no danger and they were allowed to continue to their final destination in Tawau on the same day.

The snake video has gone viral with over 2 million views. And for those worried about traveling in the future, Ling said it almost never happens. Or rarely seen anyway. Like the movie Snakes on a Plane from 2006 starring Samuel L. Jackson as FBI agent Neville Flynn who must escort a murder witness to Los Angeles from Hawaii via a Boeing 747. After the timed release of countless snakes from the cargo hold in an attempt to kill the witness, the passengers, crew and a Chihuahua called Mary Kate is attacked, bitten, and swallowed by a variety of deadly snakes 30,000 feet above the Pacific Ocean. 

Unfortunately, we have no evidence of anybody from the AirAsia flight shouted, “I have had it with these mother****ing snakes on this mother****ing plane!” It is a truly sad opportunity.

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