(CNN) – It's the sequel to Samuel L. Jackson we've all been waiting for: A Scottish woman survived the real case of a snake in an airplane and found a python in her shoe after a 9,000 Miles flight from Australia.
Moira Boxall was shocked when she traveled from Queensland to Glasgow on Thursday to spot a spotted python in her suitcase.
The snake had settled in a shoe and had even begun to shed its skin during the long journey.
The incident recalls the 2006 cult film "Snakes on a Plane," in which Samuel L. Jackson plays an FBI agent who fights aboard an airplane with a box of deadly snakes.
But instead of getting involved A call to the Oscar-nominated actor, Boxall called animal welfare organization Scottish SPCA, which quarantined the snake.
The Python was quarantined.
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"I responded to a phone call from a woman who had just returned from a holiday in Australia and found a little snake in her shoe in her suitcase," said animal welfare officer Taylor Johnstone In the meantime, the caller had been holding back the snake, so I safely removed the snake from the plot and found that the snake was a spotted python that was not poisonous is, "said Johnstone.
"The snake is now in quarantine at our Salvation shelter in Edinburgh."
The snake was in a shoe in Moira Boxall's suitcase.
This is not the first time that a snake skips safety and gets on an airplane.