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Security Discovers Snake Concealed in Hard Drive

Security Discovers Snake Concealed in Hard Drive
Ryan Boyd

On Sunday, the Transportation Security Administration discovered that a woman was attempting to smuggle a ball python through a security checkpoint at Miami International Airport (MIA) after wrapping it in a nylon stocking and storing the reptile in a computer hard drive.

“Agent Neville Flynn would be extremely proud of our officers at the Miami International Airport (MIA). You see, Agent Flynn has HAD IT with snakes on planes, and our officers prevented a young Ball Python from flying the friendly skies this past Sunday,” said the TSA on its Instagram, making a timely and hip reference to 2006’s Snakes On A Plane.

To read more on this story, go to ABC News.

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