Gigantic 7-foot alligator finds a new home in a nice suburban pool

Gigantic 7-foot alligator finds a new home in a nice suburban poolAlligators may live in swamps, but that doesn't mean they don't dream of moving to some sparking suburban pool someday.  A family in Florida call the Sarasota County's Sheriff's office on Monday after they discovered a seven-foot alligator swimming in their pool. The alligator had let itself in, entirely uninvited. How rude! SEE ALSO: Elephants run to greet a rescued baby elephant because yes, they are better than us "Deputy Lori Clark was first to respond to the Plantation neighborhood where this healthy seven to eight-foot gator was at the bottom of a family's swimming pool, " the Sarasota County said on Facebook, before adding some choice hashtags like #OnlyInFlorida and #MemorialDayInTheSunshineState. A trapper was then called to the scene to help remove the alligator.  You can watch the entire trapping experience here, and take comfort that this is not, in fact, your job.  Tell us this only happens in Florida. WATCH: Take the party wherever you go with this portable beer pong table



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