Who among us hasn’t blocked traffic in pursuit of love?
A 9-foot alligator was removed from a Florida road for “being aggressive with traffic,” police wrote in a Facebook post.
As the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office noted, it’s gator mating season, which means the lovesick reptiles “could be more mobile and aggressive than usual.”
This gator was about 40 miles south of Tampa when he went into his road rage.
Police said they moved him to an alligator farm, where hopefully he will have more luck with ladies than he did in the middle of the road.
The cops also reminded people not to feed the gators, no matter how big their hearts are.
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