Boarding pass ready, documents on display, and a boa constrictor One meter and 20 in hand luggage. The unusual discovery was made by baggage handlers at a Tampa, Florida airport on Friday as the trolley was passing through an X-ray machine.
A woman disappears into thin air, then the shocking discovery: “She was swallowed and killed by a snake”
boa constrictor in luggage
Pictures posted by the airport agency on Instagram showed the animal next to a pair of shoes and what appeared to be a laptop computer.
The agency said the agency regularly screens pets, but they should not be placed in an x-ray machine. It is up to the airline to decide whether or not to allow a pet on the plane.
This is not the first time airport baggage handlers have faced similar scenes. In 2019, a snake was discovered at Newark Liberty International Airport. The year before, in Miami, TSA workers had found a snake wrapped in what appeared to be stock hidden in a computer hard drive. The Barbados-bound passenger was fined and the Viper was seized.
Last updated: Saturday, January 7, 2023 at 12:36
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