Who knew that alligators have such good taste in porches?

Meghan Overdeep
August 7, 2017
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It was just an ordinary Sunday afternoon stroll through the scenic Belle Drive neighborhood of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana—except that an eight-foot-long alligator was the one doing the strolling.

Local Eddie Bruce recorded the rogue gator sauntering down the suburban street before it settled in for a breather on a resident’s shady front porch. Who knew that alligators have such good taste in porches?

 

Caught trespassing in Breaux Bridge. 8 foot. I believe his name is George.

Posted by Eddie Bruce on Sunday, August 6, 2017

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It wasn’t long before a nuisance trapper and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries were called, and fortunately, they were able to remove the rambling reptile before it caused any trouble, but not before a crowd of spectators gathered.

 

Booked for trespassing.

Posted by Eddie Bruce on Sunday, August 6, 2017

 

Hopefully he had at least a sip a sweet tea before he was captured!