‘Fare-dodging’ snake removed from bus
The pet found itself travelling solo on a service in Paisley, Renfrewshire.
A “fare-dodging” snake had to be removed from a bus after alarming passengers.
McGill’s Buses posted an image of the reptile slithering along a window ledge on its service in Paisley, Renfrewshire.
The pet is said to have escaped from a passenger’s bag on Friday.
“Our Inspector Mick removing a fare dodging “passenger” from a bus in Paisley yesterday 🐍 Now safely back with its owner but we hope it “adder” good time. 👍🏻Posted by McGill's Buses on Saturday, April 27, 2019
McGill’s said on Facebook: “Our Inspector Mick removing a fare dodging ‘passenger’ from a bus in Paisley yesterday.
“Now safely back with its owner but we hope it ‘adder’ good time.”
Bus inspector Mick McArthur was pictured with the pet, believed to be a corn snake, safely in a bag.
The creature was reunited with its owner after a phone call to lost property.
Ralph Roberts, McGill’s managing director, told the BBC News website: “Mick took one look at it and said he thought it was just a corn snake.
“He lifted it up and kept it safe before it could upset any of the passengers.”