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Snakes in a bin

 
April 11th 2013
 

 

An innovative luggage storage facility for use by homeless people in Venice, Los Angeles, (see The Pavement March issue) had more than luggage left in it in early March.

Workers found a large snake in one of the wheelie bin storage containers.

The local authority's animal services went to the container which can be used to store luggage, after a worker reported seeing a python or boa constrictor.

The workers were going through belongings in storage, which the female owner hadn't collected for a week, when they came across the hungry reptile.

 
 
 

April 2013

 

Contents

Squatting six months on

Missing links on CHAIN?

Kent death blamed on anti-squatting law

Liverpool murder verdict

Legal action threatened over soup run move

Pitch and putt killer still at large

One man and his dog

Snakes in a bin

Trial of Marble Arch murderer

Malicious attack on a Bristol rough sleeper

UKBA to be scrapped

Street Shield 32: To the rescue!

 

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