[email protected]! Bro Finds 300lbs Of An OUTDOOR BEAST In His Garage!

This is insane! Not what you'd expect to find in your garage!

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This is insane!

Not what you’d expect to find in your garage!

Between all the boxes and old sports equipment, what’s really in your garage?

Doug Dallmer stumbled upon something a little more frightening than a deflated volleyball in his Fulshear garage recently: a 300-pound, nearly 9-foot long alligator.

Man Finds 300 Pounds Of THIS OUTDOOR BEAST In His Garage!

“I took two steps in and his head was literally right there,” Dallmer told KSAT. Dallmer called the police after discovering the reptile, who in turn called someone familiar with wrangling the creatures and were reportedly surprised by the animal’s size.

Yikes.

Dallmer recorded video on his cellphone, as a group tried to lasso a rope around the alligator’s head. During the recording, the alligator could be heard hissing. It also opened its mouth in an attempt to defend itself.

Alligator sightings are common in Fulshear, as are removals, officials said.

Still, this case was odd.

“It’s unique for an alligator this size. This alligator is quite big,” Capt. McCoy said. The official measurement came in at 8 feet, 9 inches long, weighing upwards of 300 pounds.
Source: KSAT

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