After receiving complaints about a foul odor in a storm drain, men from the Lee County Public Works Office in Fort Myers, Florida, were called to do something about it.

They went in expecting to see the usual suspects, but what they saw when they got inside left them totally stunned. Let’s just say that Roger Desjarlais fished out something pretty chilling.

You can imagine everyone’s shock when he and his crew hoisted an 11-foot alligator out of the drain.

“About twice a year, we get calls for gators,” public information officer Betsy Clayton explained to News Press. While this gator is about average in the size department as far as American alligators are concerned, the bizarre thing is that monsters that are this big typically don’t find themselves lost in the sewage system.

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