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Old 03-09-03, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Passenger feeding milk to his pet snake on an airplane

What a maroon. Can snakes even drink milk??

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Slippery traveller alarms air crew

A passenger was offloaded after he tried to feed milk to his pet snake on a flight in southern India.

Hajmi Chanda of Delhi had boarded the flight from the western tourist state of Goa with his pet animal in his hand baggage.

Scared passengers raised an alarm and called the crew when Chanda tried to feed milk to the snake.

Chanda told the crew that the redsand boa he bought from Goa for 1,000 rupees was non-poisonous.

Ignoring his protests, the crew offloaded the passenger along with the snake when the flight touched down next.

Chanda was taken into custody and would face court, an official said.

The snake was handed over to forest officials, he said.


http://abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s801988.htm
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Old 03-09-03, 05:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Musta been a Milk Snake **Cornie drum roll**


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*groan* lol
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lololololol
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Notice how his name is almost like Canada??
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Thank god it isn't. It would give our country a bad rep! Lol feeding milk to a snake, must have been a baby lol.
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snakes do not have the enzymes to digest milk.
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Actually, nothing has the ability to digest milk(The kind you buy from the store...). It forms large indigestable curds in our stomachs. Puke up some milk and you'll see.
Not only that, but feed a calf pasturized milk and it will die.

Contrary to the brain-washing media, milk does NOT do a body good!
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Yeah well it certainly tastes good. That's enough for me.

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So that's how they make cheese curds! Heh, j/k. I also think milk is tasty.
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yeah...and im lactose intolerant which doesnt help. But milk does taste good! mmmm.....nestle quik chocolate milk....
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I like milk too - I drink about 3 glasses a day No osteoporsis here...
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Just try to eat Cap'n Crunch in water some time......
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Eeewww.... we are the only species on earth that conrinues to nurse throughout our adult lives. Not to mention that we are nursing off of a different animal completly.
And that you are eating all of the hormones and steroids pumped into that cow to make the milk....
And how much mucous your body produces when you drink it.

You people are all sick sick sick sick LOL
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