Man Eventually Calls for Help after Huge Snake Spends 5 Days on the Dashboard of His Car

(Photo: WIRES Northern Rivers)

One morning, a man in Toonumbar, New South Wales, Australia went to his SUV to drive to work. He found a 9-foot long python sunning itself on the dashboard. Since he had another vehicle, he left the car doors open, hoping that the snake would move on. But when he got back home, he found that the snake was still there. So he left the doors open overnight.

After 5 days, the snake still had not moved out. So the owner called WIRES, an Australian wildlife rescue organization, to remove it. They evicted the snake, which WIRES described as "a bit cranky about being disturbed."

-via Nothing to Do with Aborath


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I think that you've figured out the source the problem, Joseph. The snake just wanted a ride and was waiting for the car owner to drive him to his destination. If he had only done so on the first day, he wouldn't have had to deal with the snake for nearly a week.
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