The film was written by David Dalessandro, John Heffernan and Sheldon Turner and follows the events of hundreds of snakes being released on a passenger plane in an attempt to kill a trial witness. After witnessing gangster Eddie Kim brutally beat U. Despite increased security for the flight, Kim arranges for a time-release crate full of venomous snakes to be placed in the cargo hold in an attempt to bring down the plane before it reaches Los Angeles International Airport LAX. To ensure the snakes attack the passengers without being provoked, he has one of his henchmen disguised as an airport ground employee spray the passengers' leis with a special pheromone which makes the snakes more aggressive in their attack. A cat in the cargo bay, a couple having sex in the bathroom and a man using the bathroom are the first killed. The plane's captain, Sam McKeon Vector investigates and fixes an electrical short, but is killed by the viper that caused it.
A woman who opened her suitcase after flying home to Scotland from Australia was shocked to discover a snake hiding inside one of her shoes. Moira Boxall realised the spotted python had made the almost 10, mile journey from Queensland to Glasgow with her when she found it curled up in a slip-on sandal. After discovering a snake had made the flight back to Scotland inside her luggage, Ms Boxall put it in a box, took it out to her garden and phoned her family in Queensland. Luckily we found out it was a spotted python so it was fine — it could have been worse. Upon closer inspection by Scottish SPCA staff, the non venomous snake was found to have shed its skin during its 9, mile plane journey.
Scottish grandmother Moira Boxall returned from a trip to Australia to discover a snake curled up inside a shoe in her suitcase. Pic: SPCA. The reptile, which had smuggled itself onto her 9,mile flight from Queensland to Glasgow, had begun shedding its skin during the journey. Paul Airlie, Ms Boxall's son-in-law, told Australian broadcaster ABC News that the grandmother had initially mistaken the creature for a toy placed in her luggage as a prank. After realising the snake was real, she covered the shoe with a box and called Airlie, who contacted the Scottish SPCA.
About 30cm long and 63mm in diameter, the black racer snake was non-venomous, according to the US Department of Agriculture. However, snakes are illegal in Hawaii as they have no natural predators and pose a threat to indigenous species. The owner of the rental property where the reptile was discovered quickly alerted police, who worked with the Department of Land and Natural Resources to catch it. In February, a woman who opened her suitcase after flying home to Scotland from Australia was shocked to discover a snake hiding inside one of her shoes. Moira Boxall realised the spotted python had made the almost 10, mile journey from Queensland to Glasgow with her when she found it curled up in a slip-on sandal.