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Q: 'Welcome to Florida ...'

https://www.yahoo.com/news/alligator-tarmac-holds-spirit-airlines-161709...

 

How did the alligator cross the busy international airport tarmac? Slowly, and with zero regard for busy travelers.

 

This rascally reptile was recently caught on video by Spirit Airlines passanger at the Orlando International Airport.

 

Anthony Velardi, the man behind the camera, told WESH the gator forced his plane to taxi for several minutes while it crossed into a body of water on the airport grounds.

 

"Only in Florida," began Velardi's Facebook post about the strange scene. "A gator held up our Spirit Airlines plane crossing the runaway at MCO on the way home from DC."

 

While gators themselves are a common sight in much of the Sunshine State, MCO spokeswoman Carolyn Fennell told the

 

Orlando Sentinel that sightings at the airport are not.

 

Instead, look for the menacing creatures in family swimming pools, grocery store parking lots, and, of course, on golf courses.

 

Video ... There are 1 million alligators in Fla ...

 

... gators were in Florida, first ...: surprise

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/alligator-kills-woman-she-walks-042328711.html

 

In Florida, investigators are looking into a tragic alligator attack: A woman was killed while she was walking her dogs.

 

 

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I don't understand, alligator meat is really delicious and so many homeless and hungry Americans, the left loves animals more than people, which is really strange since I have never seen and illegal alligator with a fake ID vote for a democrat before, explains why Hillary lost Florida. Strange times.

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Sounds like a good place to hunt for food. Kill a dangerous alligator and have a nice meal 

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