Emotional Support Python?

#1
TSA folks in Miami discovered a live python hidden in a passenger's hard-drive in checked luggage. They first identified an "organic mass, " then a bomb expert recognized it as a snake. Not being blamed on terrorists, for a change.

Spokesperson warned of danger from stow-away beasties chewing on wires and bringing planes down. Don't pythons swallow their prey and simply digest it?

I suppose it beats the 2011 MIA PAX who stuck seven small snakes and three turtles in his trousers.
 
#2
TSA folks in Miami discovered a live python hidden in a passenger's hard-drive in checked luggage. They first identified an "organic mass, " then a bomb expert recognized it as a snake. Not being blamed on terrorists, for a change.

Spokesperson warned of danger from stow-away beasties chewing on wires and bringing planes down. Don't pythons swallow their prey and simply digest it?

I suppose it beats the 2011 MIA PAX who stuck seven small snakes and three turtles in his trousers.
Holy crap!! No snakes on a plane please!
 

NovemberEcho

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#3
I can see where a python is an esa. They do give excellent hugs.

But for reals. Other than people’s irrational fear of snakes, a python is probably the least likely of any animal to cause any kind of trouble. They don’t bite unless you seriously provoke it, they chit like once a week, it’ll probably be chilly in the cabin so it’s not going to move much. Any chiuahaha or other rat dog or screaming child on the plane can be swiftly dealt with. I think every plane should have one aboard.
 
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