So I read the thread title and wondered who this S-A-N-K-E guy was.
A Hoffa type I've never heard of, perhaps, disappeared, then found in a washing machine? Another money-laundry crime perhaps.
I once called my wife from an enroute stop while non-revving home. She informed me that there was a snake in our living room and would I please hurry. It turned out to be a recently whelped California king snake and I released it on my own property about fifty yards from the house.
There was a report of a cobra in the under-deck area of a Huey in Vietnam. That area is constructed of crossing metal web with lightening holes in them, so the serpent could go just about anywhere it wanted belowdecks. Problem is, the cyclic control mixing levers were mounted under there and had spaces not tolerant of snake carcasses. (carcii?)
About twenty years ago, the Reno newspaper ran a photo someone took out at Pyramid lake of a good sized python. Apparently someone had released their ill-considered pet there. Set it free, as it were, in a place that averages 180 days of frost a year. I'm sure it didn't survive the winter.
Happiness is not seeing another trite Ste. Maarten photo all week long.