Shocked homeowner in Florida finds intruder who slammed into her house in the middle of the night, is a giant 11-foot ALLIGATOR
- A Clearwater resident woke up at three o'clock at night to find an alligator in her kitchen
- The gigantic reptile shattered a low window to break into the Florida mansion
- It left a path of destruction, including smashed wine bottles and a broken table
- Incredible photos show the beast in the kitchen and blink its sharp teeth
- An animal catcher has safely caught the unwanted visitor and nobody was injured
A huge alligator broke into a house in Clearwater [Florida] last night and apparently came straight for the wine.
City officials said the 11-foot reptile made its way through a low window and left a path of destruction in the home of the Eagles Landing.
The homeowner told FOX 13 she woke up in the kitchen around 3 o'clock in the morning and discovered the unexpected intruder in her kitchen.
A homeowner in Clearwater, Florida, woke up at 3 o'clock in the morning and found a giant alligator in her kitchen
The gator had apparently hit his way through a window on the ground floor to enter the house
The 11-foot reptile was so long that it occupied most of the kitchen floor space. He broke wine bottles, knocked over chairs, and destroyed the kitchen table
The alligator assembled her stock of wine bottles, destroyed the kitchen table and damaged the walls.
Incredible images shared by the city on social media show the giant gator at home and occupy most of the floor space of the kitchen.
On one photo the Gator's jaw is open and its sharp teeth are blinking.
In another, the beast is sticking its head out of the broken window on the ground floor, apparently invading it.
On one photo the alligator can be seen outside with its head locked after the Clearwater police and an animal catcher have caught it safely Friday morning.
The police and a trapper of animals captured and moved the creature on Friday. Nobody was injured
The city of Clearwater shared the incredible photo & # 39; s of the unwanted & overnight overnight visitor & # 39; s on social media
The homeowner has no pets, so no human or animal was injured, according to city authorities.
Florida residents are not strangers to unwanted reptile-like visitors.
One family woke up to find an alligator resting on the bottom of their backyard, while a Florida woman was forced to confront an uninvited guest when an alligator knocked on her door.
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