What's more frightening? Snakes on a plane or a two-metre long python on ice?
That's what NSW Corrective Services had to deal with after a python was seized during a drug raid.
It had absorbed methamphetamine through its skin while living in a drug lab and was showing visible signs of addiction.
The python was acting in a confused and erratic manner and behaving aggressively, a spokeswoman told AAP on Tuesday.
The python was taken to Corrective Services-managed wildlife centre in Windsor in Sydney's north west for a six-week rehabilitation program.