Lynette Bilello found a snake in her car outside of the Shreve Memorial Library on Pines Road on Sunday. According to KSLA, she got into her car and opened the glove department to see something moving inside.

They have tried everything. They even went to Home Depot to have the vehicle sprayed with snake repellent which didn't work. I had no idea Home Depot had that sort of thing! Can they spray my apartment?

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"The dealership says that it's going to be between $600 and $1,300 just to remove the dash," Bilello told KSLA. "My insurance says that unless the snake does damage to the interior portion of the dashboard, it's not covered."

They now started a GoFundMe page to raise the money. On the GoFundMe page it states, "I'm a nervous wreck, I can't go on grass without fear much less another vehicle. I get palpitations thinking about it and the loss of use of my car.  Thank you for any help. Because I don't drive this car unless I know there's no snake. Bless you all. Help spread the word!"

I can't even imagine what it would be like to get into my car and find a snakes tail wiggling out of the air vent. I would freak out. My only encounter with a snake was when I was a kid. I was in the living room when I heard my older brother scream from the kitchen. I walk in the room and saw my brother standing on the counter pointing at a huge snake slithering around the fridge. I had to been around 6 or 7 years old. I don't remember how we got rid of the snake, but I do remember my brother screaming like a pansy. I'll never let him forget it.

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