Snake on a train shocks passengers in Australia

The Asian Age With Agency Inputs

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The snake was found to be a non-venomous pet breed.

The snake was a non-venomous one (Photo: Twitter)

Sydney: Snakes are terrifying creatures not only for their capability to be life threatening but also for being able to sneak into almost any place including houses and public spaces. The horrifying idea of snakes creeping into a plane has been portrayed on screen, but Australians ran into one during a train journey.

Call it harsh conditions outside or just the desire to hop in for a joyride, a reptile hanging from the overhead luggage rack shocked commuters on a morning train from Kaima to Sydney. The train authorities could only help after an hour when the train reached Sydney’s Central Station.

 

Fortunately the snake was found to be a non-venomous kind and popular as a pet in the area. Although the python wasn’t too big, it did scare passengers on the journey.

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