The Uninvited Guest On Board

Just the other day on the Boeing 747 was discovered the passenger, not bought a ticket for the flight. They became a snake, the length of which reached twenty centimeters. Found it at a time when passengers sit in their seats and put the Luggage on a special shelf.
Of course, to fly with a snake on Board simply forbidden, therefore flight was cancelled. But about three hundred seventy tourists, the airline took care of it and put them up in hotels to resolve reptile. The crew of the ship independently caught a snake, and after arriving at the airport specialists, gave them their catch. It is now learned that it was tangerine snake.
Fortunately many, including the crew, the snake was non-poisonous. But this does not mean that nothing canceled the flight. In any case, airlines are forbidden to take off, if on Board were discovered foreign animals, reptiles. After the specialists together with the snake gone, the crew had to inspect the entire liner, in order to be sure that more intruders on Board no.

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