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Baggage handlers find snake on Emirates flight to Dubai

Posted 9 January 2017 · Add Comment

An Emirates flight from Muscat to Dubai was cancelled today after baggage handlers discovered a snake in the cargo hold.

A spokesperson for the airline said the snake was found before passengers boarded the plane and a full search of the aircraft took place before taking off to Dubai several hours later.
 

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