A woman in Ohio thought her biggest problem was her SUV acting up. Boy was she wrong.
An unidentified woman recieved the shock of her life when she pulled over to check the engine on her SUV. It seems her car was running funny but what wasn't funny is what she found under the hood. The woman from Omro, Wisconsin called 911 when she found a python wrapped around her serpentine belt.
The police arrived and after struggling with the snake decided to call in back up in the form of a professional snake handler. The SUV was towed away to repair damages. The owner of the snake was eventually tracked down and fined $313 for having an illegal animal in the city.
The snake had been missing for around a month and is now in possession of the snake handler.
This was going to take a while.
Yeah, we're gonna go ahead and say nope to this one.
Snake in an SUV: Omro Police help a driver with engine trouble caused by a python in the engine compartment!… https://t.co/YMtiZ1NcOH— WBAY-TV 2 (@WBAY-TV 2)1534993552.0
@sundevil_grad @WBAY Oh Hell to the Naw!!! He can have the car and everything in it, including the kids!!! Bye Felicia🏃♀️🏃♀️🏃♀️✌— Honey's Closet (@Honey's Closet)1534999588.0
@WBAY Eek!!!!— Erika Wilson (@Erika Wilson)1535039226.0
@WBAY https://t.co/5vYS0j1L8N— Cecy (@Cecy)1535020965.0
It didn't get past Twitter that the snake was wrapped around the serpentine belt.
Damn thing got tangled up in the serpentine belt! #snakes https://t.co/LdeHhgoskp— Newscutter (@Newscutter)1535120125.0
'... 4-foot-long python inside. Fittingly, the snake damaged the engine's serpentine belt.' lol— Cherteapet (@Cherteapet)1535127879.0
@chickmcgee1 I bet the snake snuggled up to the serpentine belt!— Darren Reade (@Darren Reade)1535113914.0
So much going on in the story. The python that’s “oh-by-the-way” been missing for more than a month, “The Snake… https://t.co/gQRuy5RFaf— Matthew Frey (@Matthew Frey)1535113325.0
Sometimes we can't make this stuff up.