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Man pulls out long snake named Bread on crowded train and scares passengers

By Mason White 2:14 AM July 22, 2016
Snake seized after being shown to passengers on train 

By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) Police detained a young man who pulled out a long snake while traveling on a train, and using it to scare passengers, according to police in Australia.

Brisbane police said that the man has had his snake confiscated after revealing it to fellow passengers on a Central Coast train on Wednesday.

About 1:00 a.m., police from the Brisbane Water Local Area Command were called to meet a northbound train at Woy Woy Railway Station, following reports there was a man with a live snake on board.

Police were told that a 20-year-old man produced the three-foot-long jungle python from a backpack and began to show it to fellow passengers.

A number of passengers were concerned for their welfare and contacted the police.

Officers spoke to the man at the Woy Woy Railway Station, and he stated that he did not have a permit for the snake, named Bread.

Police confiscated the snake and sent it to the Woy Woy Police Station, where it is expected to be examined by staff from a reptile park.