Women Find Snake in Rental Car Trunk

Last week, two women got a little surprise after returning home from the grocery store: They opened the trunk of their rental car to find a boa constrictor lying across their groceries.

The women said they didn’t notice the snake when they put the groceries in, so they weren’t sure as to how long the snake had been in the vehicle. The snake was picked up by a local animal patrol officer.

For the full article, slideshow and video from WFTV.com, click on the URL: http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/women-find-big-snake-trunk-rental-car/nK8Ph/

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