SUGAR LAND, TEXAS — A 7-foot alligator was found tucked under a family's SUV in Sugar Land, Texas overnight, and it appeared that it did not want to leave.
After seeing the unexpected visitor under their SUV, a Texas family called Fort Bend County Sheriff's deputies who had to get help to capture the alligator.
Given the fact that the gator is about 7 foot, the cops had no other choice but to called in "Gator Chris" and the Texas Gator Squad for help.
After twisting, turning and turning and thrashing from the gator for a while, the surprise guest was finally pulled from under the SUV and put back into the Brazos River.
So why was the gator camping out under the family's SUV? According to KTRK-TV, the reptile was apparently on the prowl.
"Gator Chris" told KTRK-TV said during this time of the year, gators travel frequently at night to look for food, girlfriends, and setting up time for mating.
According to UPI, another gator looking for amore was caught on camera this week in Florida as it wandered all the way inside a home garage but eventually left on its own, guess the gator never found its love.
Authorities recommend people call for help if they see an alligator in their vicinity. And, while taking pictures seems like something we do now, do not go near it as it may be the last thing you ever do.