Scorpions may be common among the rocks and desert in some parts of the U.S., but not so much among the luggage bins at 35,000 feet.
That's where a family of the eight-legged venomous predators were found after one of the stowaways stung an Arizona father during a Southwest Airlines flight from Phoenix to Indianapolis.
"I felt something crawling up my leg," he told ABCNews.com today. "When I went to go swipe it, it stung my hand."
Herbstsommer, 44, whose hand was numb for about 36 hours after...Full Story