Snake on a plane forces Malaysian AirAsia flight to make an emergency landing

Like a scene of the cult-classic Samuel L. ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์บ้าน on a Plane,” (but far less dramatic), a snake slithering unfastened in an AirAsia passenger airplane led the pilots of the Malaysian finances service to detour from the scheduled route and make an emergency landing.
A video from the aircraft’s cabin shows the silhouette of a long snake slithering in the overhead lights. Reports don’t say if the snake was someone’s pet, or if it had slithered onto the aircraft itself, but a report from AFP says the plane was to be fumigated.
AirAsia says the lead pilot “appropriate action” when he discovered in regards to the snake after taking off from Kuala Lumpur and landed in Kuching, 900 kilometres west of the vacation spot Tawau. Passengers then boarded one other aircraft for the relaxation of their trip. Everyone on the flight, each crew and passengers are safe.
A snake on a airplane is “very uncommon,” but it does occur from “time to time,” based on the airline’s chief safety said in a statement to the media.

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