Gator captured in NYC: Alligator In New York
Published: July 24, 2015
Gator captured in NYC: Alligator In New York, An alligator was found casually walking in upper Manhattan Thursday.
Cops from the 34th Precinct corralled the 3-foot-long reptile at Ninth Avenue and 205th Street in Inwood until Animal Care & Control collected it, police said.
Precinct cops took to Twitter to “croc” a few jokes afterward.
“So this alligator was crossing 9th Ave in #Inwood .?.?. no, really. At 205 Str. Cops took him to Animal Control #whatnext,” the 34th Precinct tweeted.
“I heard he couldn’t get a cab. And he wasn’t thrilled with Uber either .?.?.” read another tweet from the precinct.
.@yaelbt I heard he couldn’t get a cab. And he wasn’t thrilled with Uber either…
— NYPD 34th Precinct (@NYPD34Pct) July 23, 2015
AC&C said it was looking for a “wildlife rehabilitator” for the alligator.
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