Undated photo issued Friday Oct. 26, 2012, by the Scottish SPCA after Scottish airport staff got a slithery surprise when they stumbled on the Mexican serpent stowaway under a seat on Tuesday Oct, 23, 2012. The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says quick-thinking workers at Glasgow Airport remained “remarkably calm” when they discovered the 18-inch (45-centimeter) snake Tuesday under seats in the passenger cabin of a flight from Cancun, Mexico, and staff have named it Furtivo, Spanish for “sneak”.(AP Photo / Scottish SPCA)

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Undated photo issued Friday Oct. 26, 2012, by the Scottish SPCA after Scottish airport staff got a slithery surprise when they stumbled on the Mexican serpent stowaway under a seat on Tuesday Oct, 23, 2012.  The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says quick-thinking workers at Glasgow Airport remained “remarkably calm” when they discovered the 18-inch (45-centimeter) snake Tuesday under seats in the passenger cabin of a flight from Cancun, Mexico, and staff have named it Furtivo, Spanish for “sneak”.(AP Photo / Scottish SPCA)
Undated photo issued Friday Oct. 26, 2012, by the Scottish SPCA after Scottish airport staff got a slithery surprise when they stumbled on the Mexican serpent stowaway under a seat on Tuesday Oct, 23, 2012. The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says quick-thinking workers at Glasgow Airport remained “remarkably calm” when they discovered the 18-inch (45-centimeter) snake Tuesday under seats in the passenger cabin of a flight from Cancun, Mexico, and staff have named it Furtivo, Spanish for “sneak”.(AP Photo / Scottish SPCA)
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