do you Have a snake in your pants or are you just happy to see us?
How could the security staff in the German airport Berlin-Schönefeld on christmas eve to say to a 43-year-old man, who, however, had just a tad too much movement in the pants that it just might be the mood, there peakede.
instead, the staff dig a 40 centimeter long kongeboa up of the pants on him, which he in vain had tried to save by packing it in a cloth which he had tied together with a string, before he is jamming it down between the legs.
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The 43-year-old man was supposed to fly to Israel, but was stopped when he was on his way to board the plane in the German capital, because the security staff clipped over the large bulge in his pants, and therefore they chose to search him.
As an air passenger could not present the necessary documentation to travel with kvælerslangen, was confiscated and brought to a reptile dyrecenter in Brandenburg.
the Man can now look forward to a fine for his attempt to smuggle a snake on a plane.
It is not the first time that the Extra Leaf can describe how air travellers have sought in vain to smuggle their pets on the plane.
Last year, we could f.ex. tell about a female British Airways passenger who had tried to save his cat in his cabin, but, as was discovered in flagrante delicto, because the cabin crew asked her to put the bag up in the cabinets above the seat, because she was sitting by the emergency exit.
When the woman - understandably - had not much desire to throw her beloved cat up in a stuffy closet, she had to admit to the staff, she then reflux was thrown of the plane.
Last year, Extra Blade also tell the story of a male passenger, who tried to hide nothing less than twenty snakes in his hand luggage when he had to fly from the German airport of Dusseldorf to Moscow in Russia.
In contrast to cats-the woman managed the unnamed man, however, to reach all the way to its final destination, before his hidden animal was discovered by the security checks in the Russian airport.
the Snakes were therefore confiscated, and the man told subsequently that he had purchased many snakes from a market stall while on holiday in Germany.