Source Pravda.Ru

A snake in driver’s pants

The German police detained a driver, thinking he was driving the car being drunk. As it turned out, the reason of the bad driving was horrid: a snake got into the guy’s pants.

The 21-year old guy’s car attracted attention of the police officers because he was driving in zigzags. The guy was going to a vet hospital, but his 1.5 meter long python escaped from the cage and got into one of the snake owner’s trouser-legs.

Have you ever tried this kind of driving, having a snake in your trouser-leg? Don’t. “I was totally shocked, I lost the control and could not go on driving my car,” – the guy told the police, when they helped him to get rid of the harmless, but terribly disturbing creature.

The policemen had a very good laugh and let the guy go without fining him, the German newspaper Bild informed.

Translated by Dmitry Sudakov

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