He's the former axe-man for Guns N' Roses. She's a former Golden Girl. Throw in a snake and you got a twisted episode of 'Three's Company.' Yeah, that's right -- Slash and Betty White got cozy with a snake at the Greater Los Angeles Zoo. Welcome to the jungle, indeed!

The guitarist was the guest of honor on Saturday (June 18) at the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association's annual Beastly Ball, while White is the new chairman of the animal-friendly organization. Slash received the Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award for his support of wildlife and conservation.

The rocker, whose post-GN'R band was called Slash's Snakepit, and who shared the stage with a slithering Axl Rose on many occasions, had to give up a collection of 80 snakes a few years back when they presented a danger to his young son. White's history with snakes is unknown. What we do know is that the above picture is pure gold.

Meanwhile, Slash recently entered a studio to begin pre-production on his second solo album. Click here to check out our story on his Twitter updates on the recording sessions.

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