An unnamed man went to get some cash from a Caja Madrid bank machine in Llodio, Alava, Spain and saw his cash coming from the slot -plus a snake! Even though the snake lunged toward his hand, he grabbed his money, then summoned the police. A bank manager activated the cash release that had trapped the snake, which was then boxed and taken to an animal shelter. Link -via Arbroath
I'm sorry...I couldn't resist.
Not quite sure what you mean but let me explain what I was thinking:
In the Adam and Eve story the snake represents evil. The snake tempts Adam and Eve with fruit from the three of knowledge. By giving in to temptation of the snake Adam and Eve brought sin into the world.
In the modern day version the bank is the snake, as represented by the snake hiding in the bank. The snake (bank) temps us with money. By giving in to the temptation of the snake (bank) we bring evil into the world.
That is all. I thought it was quite fitting. Banks ARE evil after all. ;)
The man knows his priority!