Snake on United aircraft from Florida to New Jersey: Onboard Monday, a snake on a United aircraft caused alarm among the passengers. Monday, the event talk about on a flight from Tampa, Florida, to New Jersey.
Later, the reptile capture by staff at the Newark Liberty International Airport.
In a statement, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey reported that officers from the Port Authority Police Department and the airport’s wildlife operations team met United Flight 2038 at the gate and removed the “garter snake.”
A story claims that they subsequently released it into the wild.
The message went on to say that nobody hurt and that there no impact on aircraft operations.
United stated that when customers told the crew about the snake, the company “called the proper authorities to handle the situation.”
According to The Washington Times, business class passengers saw the snake while the aircraft was taxiing after landing.
According to the TV station, passengers began yelling and raising their feet.
According to the New York Post, which cited Simple Flying, passengers disembarked with their luggage once the snake removes. And the aircraft check for any other reptiles that could have creeping inside, but none were discovered.
No passengers or staff members reportedly injured.