Nine years ago, the world was graced with one of the worst (and best) Samuel L. Jackson movies to ever hit the movie screens. “Snakes on a Plane” is honestly one of my guilty pleasure movies. Like a car wreck, I know it’s horrible, but I can’t look away.
For some unknown reason, someone decided to try and recreate the movie, but this time on a subway.
Complex shared a video that shows someone who left a bag of snakes unattended on a busy train filled with people. After watching the short clip, I honestly don’t know how people aren’t losing their minds.
Now, the snakes look to be boa constrictors, which are non-venomous, but people aren’t taking any chances. Finding a seat on a busy subway is usually a luxury, but these snakes seem to have it made. The bench is unsurprisingly empty except for the backpack.
This could make for a great follow-up to the 2006 film. “Snakes on a Train” starring Clint Eastwood.
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