It was not quite a "Snakes on a Plane" scenario, but passengers on a Qantas jet watched in amazement as a three-metre (nine feet) python clung to the outside of their aircraft during a flight.
A three-metre python is pictured on January 10, 2013 clinging to the wing of a Qantas plane during a flight from Cairns to Papua New Guinea. Passengers on the Qantas jet watched in amazement as a three-metre python clung to the outside of their aircraft during the two-hour flight.
The Australian carrier said the flight from the Queensland city of Cairns to Port Moresby, capital of the Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea, took off early Thursday morning with the unintended passenger tucked into its wing.
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