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So, a scorpion slipped onto a Boeing 737 plane for some light traveling

Samuel L. Jackson had to deal with snakes on a plane but for the 125 passengers on a recent American Airlines flight it was a different type of issue.  A flight from Sacramento to Chicago was grounded on Sunday after a scorpion managed to sneak onboard according to the SF Gate. Surely the little thing just wanted to experience the Windy City, maybe take in a Cubs game, but the passengers on board weren't really too keen on sharing their cabin with the likes of something poisonous.
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