Python on Plane Wing Shocks, Fascinates Passengers

Without Samuel L. Jackson around to take care of business, a python attached itself to the wing of Qantas Airways flight yesterday.
Shocked passengers reportedly watched in fascination as the animal clung to the wing for over two hours en route from Cairns to Papua New Guinea, with Robert Weber actually videotaping the incident.
Watch the python hang on for deal life here, as Weber talks about what happened:

The snake remained on the wing the entire flight, but a Qantas spokesman said the it was dead on arrival once crew members checked out the creature on the runway.
And, no, unlike the invisible driver, this was no prank.