Just whenever you thought Florida’s housing market couldn’t get any scarier.
A employee placing the ending touches on a brand new Fort Myers-area home this month found a big 12-foot alligator loitering in the master suite, according to the Miami Herald.
A window blind installer noticed the reptile and swiftly referred to as skilled trappers to take away it.
Video taken on the residence in Babcock Ranch — the place homes fetch upwards of $1.5 million apiece — present two males straining to yank the gator out of the home with a rope.
The agitated reptile could be seen rolling over a number of instances through the wrestle earlier than lastly being eliminated.
Project supervisor Matthew Goodwin advised McClatchy News that the alligator was doubtless on the lookout for some indoor heat throughout a stretch of chilly climate and have become trapped.
Goodwin stated the reptile made certain to pattern each nook and cranny in the home earlier than deciding on the master suite.
“He went into every room and his mark,” Goodwin stated, in keeping with the outlet.