Flaco and his mother, Charvi, are out of a stroll in a dense forest in Australia. A cool, chilling lake is swaying on their left. Birds chirp giddly, bugs hiss in response.
Charvi hears a rustle in the bushes nearby, and a radiant lady steps in Flaco's way. "I have a magic trick just for you!" She sprang, happily pointing straight at the frightened boy. "Do you, his mother, allow me to perform this wondrous trick on this poor, bored boy?" Flaco looked at his mother desperately.
"I suppose," Charvi shrugs. She carefully wrapped her fingers around Flaco's shoulders protectively. "Perfect!" The lady's cracked lips purse into a tight smile. "I need you to come here, boy." She mutters, her blank eyes turning black. Charvi doesn't notice this, and lets Flaco take two steps towards the lady. "What I'm about to do is something that may not be reversible," the lady warns.
With that much of an explanation, the lady's tight smile turns into a devilish one, zapping Flaco with her bare hands. Instead of Flaco reappearing, a snake returned in the witches hand. "Oh my gosh!" Charvi screeched. The witch only cackled in return, and fled before Charvi could even process what just happened.
"Flaco," Charvi sobbed. "What has she done to you?" her knees gave out, collapsing to the hard, bitter dirt. Flaco, who is not Flaco anymore, hisses. What else is supposed to do? He's a snake, who believes he's been a snake his whole life. Charvi seems like a threat to him, so Flaco lunges, jaw open, fangs ready to bite. Charvi shreaks, seizing Flaco's neck, and throwing him so high in the sky he got caught up in a cloud.
Since then, legend has it that Flaco is stuck in the clouds above Australia, which explains why the clouds there are all shaped like snakes.