The snake slithered just few away from another subway rider.
"Mangrove snakes, though mildly venomous, are not known to be dangerous to people. They are shy, timid, [and] secretive in nature."
With the trains in chaos, New York City's wildlife are staking their claim on the transit system.
The man was in his kitchen when he allegedly felt something bite his foot.
Vipers are illegal to have as pets, FWIW.
If you gave reptiles the chance, they would turn the entire city into a bunch of snakelizardmonsters. Just watch the documentary 'The Amazing Spider-Man' if you don't believe us.
This week's subterranean serpent story comes courtesy of one C train rider, who spotted a man with not one, but two snakes at around 11 p.m. last night.
The last thing we want to see when we start re-heating chinese leftovers is a snake in our kitchen.
A 22-year-old woman high on alcohol, life and a little weed crashed her Prius into a Long Island fire station house last night while wearing a python around her neck.
Police were called to Washington Square Park yesterday afternoon after frightened visitors spotted a long black and green snake slithering about the shrubbery.
In 1924, a rattle snake was spotted on the Canal Street platform. If people keep bringing snakes into the subway system IT COULD HAPPEN AGAIN.
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