46-year-old Hiroshi Motohasi ate a $200 dinner at a sushi restaurant in Studio City, California Sunday night. When he was done eating, he pulled out his small pet snake and showed it to some random strangers in the restaurant.

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The staff told him he couldn't have the snake in there and asked him to leave. So he left and then showed up again a few minutes later with a much bigger snake. He said, "[Eff] you guys," and he dropped his 13-foot python in the middle of the restaurant.

People freaked out and called 911. Animal control officers were able to corner the snake and get it in a box. Hiroshi was arrested and charged with criminal threats for, "using the snake as a weapon."

This isn't his first legal problem because of his strange taste in animals. He was busted for selling endangered and venomous lizards in 2005 and got 15 months in prison.

Read more at Las Angeles Times.