Rattlesnake in luggage bites man

We all know that snakes on planes can generally provide endless entertainment. Andy Bacas, a high school crew coach, could testify that snakes can be entertaining even after getting off the plane.

Bacas was bitten by a rattlesnake that had apparently been stowed away in his luggage, USA Today reports. He apparently reached into his luggage Monday morning after returning from a team trip to South Carolina when he felt a sharp pain and saw the nearly foot-long snake.

Rescue workers arrived, took the luggage outside, opened it and blasted with with carbon dioxide fire extinguisher, freezing it and killing it. Bacas apparently got a slightly better treatment.

Nobody knows how the snake got inside his luggage in the first place.