Snake In Car

Posted on 08. Jul, 2007 by in Weird

Snake In Car

The story:

A guy in St. Louis was driving to work on Hwy 144 when he heard a ‘pop’! He thought it sounded like a flat tire, Although his ride wasn’t affected. After pulling over, checking the tires and finding them intact, He opened the hood to look at the motor. Before the hood was all the way open he jumped back in shock and knocked his head on the partially opened hood, unable to believe what his eyes were seeing! Nobody was going to believe this! You sure wouldn’t have either! Fortunately for him, a coworker with a camera recognized him Along side the road and stopped to see if he could help. Check out the photos to witness for yourself the source of his amazement. Now, this has to be right up there at the top of the list of unusual but verified ‘Reasons I was late for work!!!

This is horrifying. How could a snake with that size hiding in the engine? What makes it explode? Overheat?

Snake In Car

Snake In Car

Snake In Car

Snake In Car

3 Responses to “Snake In Car”

  1. SuMtOnE 8 July 2007 at 5:33 pm #

    thats looks like a ball python…. and the size of that…. would make you some money =)

  2. Rukiye 12 April 2014 at 10:50 pm #

    Yeah, a rubber snake is just a toy for the cat. General dnilspciie is probably the best way, as I don’t think you’ll find any tricks for this. Take the cat off your truck every time possible, and give it a good, No! Just don’t harm the cat in any way, of course. You can maybe find an alternative place for the cat to lay too. Introduce it to a similar surface somewhere else.If all else fails, there are plenty of cheap, small scratch removers.

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