A 12-Foot Alligator Moved into a New Home Right Before an Open House
April 1, 2022 11:51AM EDT
Workers were putting the finishing touches on a new home near Fort Myers, Florida this month right before an open house. And someone showed up early . . . a 12-foot ALLIGATOR.
A worker was about to install the window blinds when he found the gator hanging out in the master bedroom. It got in after someone left a door open. Then the wind blew the door shut and trapped it inside. (Here’s a photo.)
It took two professional trappers to get the gator out. There’s a video of it, and it wasn’t easy. They think he came from a nearby pond, and they released him in a wilderness area.