Huge 12-foot alligator found hanging out in master bedroom of newly built house

A huge 12-foot alligator was found hanging out in the master bedroom of a newly built house in Florida, before being promptly evicted.

A man installing window blinds stumbled on the alligator in the house in the plush community of Babcock Ranch, where homes sell for as much as $1.5million (£1.14million).

It took two professional trappers to pull the alligator out through a patio after the sliding doors were temporarily taken off.

Three men drag the beast into the front garden where it is loaded into a vehicle after several horrifying death rolls.

Project manager Matthew Goodwin told McClatchy News: “The wind closed the door and he was trapped. He went into every room and made his mark."

Goodwin said he was called by a construction manager to come see something “important.”

“I go look in … (the) house and there was the 12-foot gator!”

“If home prices weren’t scary enough, can you imagine this inside?” WINK weather personality Matt Devitt wrote on Facebook.

“Welcome to Florida where dinosaurs show up to open houses,” Anthony Champney posted.

“Free pet with purchase of home. What a deal,” Mark Costa said.

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On Wednesday (March 23), another Florida gator demanded attention when it lay in the middle of the road, stubbornly refusing to get out of traffic.

Walton County sheriff’s deputies arrived to find cars backed up and a young alligator lying in the road.

“He looks about as happy as you are about all this traffic,” the Walton County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Facebook. “They do love sunbathing!”

Finally, someone with a shovel began pushing the alligator off the road and into a nearby wooded area. The alligator was clearly not happy, turning several times to snap at the shovel.

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