Snakes discovered in passenger’s pants

Snakes discovered in passenger’s pants

Thursday, 02 May, 2024 0

TSA had unusual surprise when screening a passenger at Miami International Airport.

Screeners found snakes in a small bag in the passenger’s pants.

The small snakes were in a sunglasses bag in the man’s pants.

He was attempting to take an international flight, and was denied boarding after the snakes were discovered.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers and the Miami-Dade Police Department were called to the scene and the snakes were turned over to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

According to an image posted on X post by the TSA there were at least two small snakes. 

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