April 19 (UPI) -- An unexpected passenger turned up on a train in Australia on Tuesday -- a snake hanging on a luggage rack.
Trains Info shared photos of the children's python that slithered its way onto a New South Wales TrainLink train headed to Sydney.
"An unusual customer on one of our South Coast Line trains this evening!" Trains Info said.
A NSW spokesperson told the Sydney Morning Herald a snake handler was called to remove the nonvenomous snake from the train car.
"Arrangements were made for a snake handler to meet the train on arrival at Central Station," the spokesman said.
Passengers were removed from the train as it made its way to its destination and the snake was relocated.
"Customers were moved from the carriage which was then locked off and arrangements were made for a snake handler to meet the train on arrival at Central Station," the spokesman said. "The train arrived at Central at 9:02pm and the snake was located on a luggage rack of the carriage before being taken away by the snake handler who's now looking after it."