TSA finds ‘emotional support’ snake hidden in carry-on bag

Tuesday, 10 Jan, 2023 0

A traveler was stopped after Transportation Security Administration officers encountered an ‘emotional support’ snake hidden in luggage.

A four-feet boa constrictor, was spotted on a security checkpoint X-ray at Tampa International Airport.

Its owner maintained it was her emotional support snake called Bartholomew.

“Our officers didn’t find this hysssterical,” a TSA Instagram post said.

“TSA notified the airline, which ruled that there was not going to be a snake on their plane.”

In recent weeks a dog and a cat have both been found in carry-on bags at security screening.

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