Last Sunday, Tampa resident Karen Kress posted a photo to Facebook showing a giant alligator on the back of what appears to be a Chevy Traverse. "Spotted on I-95 yesterday," wrote Kress in the post. "I’m accepting suggested captions….obviously this is in floriduh."
Kress told the Charlotte Observer that the gator was spotted in Brevard County, and it's unclear who the driver is, or how a hog-tied gator ended up on their car.
“I moved here 30 years ago because of the nature and never tire of seeing an alligator. However, never expected it to spot one on the interstate!”, said Kress to the publication.
But it's also worth noting every year the State of Florida issues over 7,000 permits for alligator hunting, and we're currently in the middle of the season, which runs from Aug. 15-Nov. 1.
However, there's gotta be a better ways to transport this thing to the deep fryer or the local bootery.