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Don't tell Indiana Jones that people are willingly having snakes put on them for "relaxation".
When you think of a soothing spa massage, we definitely don't think 'snakes' in any sense of the word. However, an Israeli beauty spa offers customers exactly that, and pay $80 an hour for it.
Of course, the snakes are non-venomous. Apparently, such a massage is really common in Indonesia. the spa lets these colorful snakes crawl all over the body, including your spine, back, face, arms, and legs.
Ada Barak, the owner of the unique spa called Carnivorous Plant Farm, in Northern Israel, explains that most clients are initially skeptical about this massage, but everything changes after the first one.
What do you think? Would it be something you'd try out?