FERNDALE, Mich. — A 3-foot ball python slithered onto the property of a suburban Detroit car dealership Wednesday, WXYZ reported.
Hay said he noticed the customer gesturing toward the snake.
"The customer is out there going, 'I know,' and I was saying, 'Oh, my gosh,'" Hay told WDIV.
"Wow, a python," service advisor Cliff Howard told WDIV.
The humane society said the snake was brought to the Rochester Hills Center for Animal Care by Detroit Zoo officials. Society officials said it has found homes for 15 ball pythons since 2010, WXYZ reported.
The snake never got inside the dealership, but the workers did not want to see it get hurt, WDIV reported.
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