Samuel L. Jackson warned us, but we didn’t believe him. And now, we’ve finally had it: a motherf#%kin’ snake on a motherf&@kin’ plane.
The snake, a 9-foot-long Amethystine python, attempted to crush the life out of an airplane mid-flight from Australia to Papua New Guinea. Passengers caught the python mid-constriction on the wing about an hour into their flight. It may have attempted to cut off fuel to the engine, but died by the time the plane landed.
And the worst part? The snake attacked a Quantas flight. Had it been successful, it could have shattered humanity’s — and Rain Man’s — faith in our safest airline.