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Python causes service station commotion

A SNAKEY character had to be contained in a wheelie bin after disturbing customers at a Kearneys Spring service station.
A Queensland Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said a large carpet python hid under a vehicle parked at the Coles Express Shell service station on Alderley St shortly after 5pm.
Firefighters were able to get the python into a wheelie bin before a snake handler arrived to relocate the reptile.  

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