A resident in Clearwater, Florida, was shocked when they had a surprise visitor inside their house, who broke in their kitchen at 3:30 AM.
The homeowner saw an 11-foot alligator inside their kitchen, it is believed that the gator got inside through the lower window of their house.
During an interview with Fox 13, the homeowner said, “I heard this huge, monstrous crash, like the whole roof was falling in on the side of my house.”
The homeowner added, “I headed for the kitchen and as I got to the door of the kitchen, I had this beautiful face staring at me as though he belonged there. This 11-foot gator was having a marvelous time sitting in my kitchen.”
Officials said that the male alligator was around 10 to 11 feet long.
The 11-foot gator also managed to knock over a couple of red wine bottles.
Here is a picture of the gator chilling inside the owner’s kitchen.
The Clearwater Police Department also shared a short clip of the gator on their Twitter account, the red liquid on the floor is not blood, it is red wine that came from one of the bottles that were knocked over by the gator.
We know you've been chomping at the bit for more visuals from today's alligator trespassing in Clearwater🐊 The male alligator was 10 to 11 feet in length. During the apprehension, the alligator knocked over several bottles of wine. The red liquid in the video is wine, not blood. pic.twitter.com/x6ktib6ajl
— Clearwater Police Department (@myclearwaterPD) May 31, 2019
The police said that the 11-foot gator managed to enter the condo by smashing through the lower windows that lead into the kitchen of the home.
The gator then managed to knock over the stools in the kitchen and anything that was in his way.
Mary, the homeowner, called 911 after seeing the gator.
The department then sent 10 police officers and 2 trappers. It took 2 hours for the officers and the trappers to bring the gator out of their house.
After the gator was captured, the Clearwater Police Department tweeted, they said, “See you later, alligator. A scaly 11-foot-long gator broke into a Clearwater home overnight through some low windows in their kitchen. Clearwater Police officers and a trapper responded to the scene to capture and remove the gator. There were no injuries.”
Luckily, no one was hurt, but Mary, the homeowner, said that she was upset that the gator managed to knock over all of her red wine.