The driver of a 1971 Jaguar E-Type was surprised to find that his car wasn't performing up to its usual precision standards. Shortly after starting the drive, the engine began to overheat and the car became inoperable. After the car was towed to a service station, a mechanic discovered that a snake had wrapped its way around the drive-belt pulleys, causing the belt to slip off and the car to overheat. [via FOX]