10-Foot Python Found Under Car Hood

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Oct. 30, 2020—An auto repair shop in Florida found a little surprise waiting for him.

According to WSVN, officers were called to an auto repair shop in Dania Beach, Fla., after a 10-foot Burmese python with at least 7 inches of girth was found entangled in a Mustang's engine bay. Two men were needed to take the snake out of the vehicle and set it back in the wild.

The owner of the vehicle believes the snake slithered over from a nearby lake and went under the hood as it was parked overnight at the shop.

Watch the video below of two men removing the snake from under the hood.

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