True story and it makes me not want to fly on a plane anytime soon.
Earlier this week, an Egypt Air flight from Cairo to Kuwait was forced to make an emergency landing after a cobra bit a passenger. The snakebit man was reportedly a Jordanian reptile dealer who'd smuggled the poisonous snake aboard.
According to CNN, the man was trying to control the snake when it bit him and then disappeared underneath his seat. The plane landed in the Egyptian resort town of Al Ghardaqa, where the Jordanian man refused medical treatment, saying the wound was "only superficial," which, bold move. After authorities captured the snake, the flight resumed its voyage to Kuwait.
If you want to see what happened, just got buy "Snakes on a Plane" but I warn you, it didn't win any academy awards. Or if you want to screw with someone, here's a rubber snake that you can put on a plane.