The one with scales, not the one with the beard.
In November 2018, Austin Pair was in the process of moving, and he donated his old sofa to a Goodwill store in Fort Worth, Texas. On a totally unrelated note, he'd lost his albino red-tailed boa Toki some six months earlier while he was away on vacation (let he who has never misplaced a three-foot-long reptile cast the first stone). Despite checking every cupboard and presumably being very careful while going to the bathroom for a while, Pair was never able to find Toki, so he assumed the snake had ditched him for good. And he absolutely didn't see any boas around when he packed up ... or when he donated his couch.
Meanwhile, a Goodwill employee named James Murphy was moving a donated sofa when he spotted a rather large snake crawling out of it. Having experienced the concept of "furniture," Murphy quickly realized that wasn't supposed to be there. It seems Toki had holed up under Pair's butt cushions for half a year, and when he donated the couch, he unknowingly donated the snake as well.
Murphy himself happened to be a snake owner, so instead of screaming and looking for a sharp object, he took Toki home. A local news station ran the story, and a friend of Pair was like, "Hey, that's probably yours." That hunch turned out to be correct, and the two were reunited. On the other hand, every other Forth Worth resident who'd recently misplaced an albino boa and donated a couch to Goodwill was probably crushed.