One homeowner in Sarasota County, Florida, was horrified to see they weren't the only ones enjoying their swimming pool. The Sarasota County sheriff's office answered the call for help when an 11-foot-long alligator was found basking in a residential pool.
Yes, you read that correctly: ELEVEN FEET.
There's a lot to unpack here. For instance, how did the gator get in through a screen door?
Turns out Floridians are pretty used to patio screens not... well... screening:
Instances like these might be commonplace in the Sunshine State, but those unfamiliar were pretty disturbed:
Fortunately the Sarasota Sheriff's Department was quick to act, and the pool is safe for humans again. Though they may want to clean it just to be sure.
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