Evacuated Harvey victim returns to his flooded home to find an ALLIGATOR in his dining room: Police are called in to remove 9ft reptile as massive clean-up operation begins in Houston

Saturday, September 2, 2017
By Paul Martin

Brian Foster brought clean-up crews into his Humble, Texas, home on Friday and realized that an alligator had come inside during the floods
Constables came to his house and called a wildlife center to remove the intruder
Earlier in the week, a woman took a video of two huge alligators floating in her backyard in Missouri City, Texas
On Tuesday an alligator sanctuary warned that up to 350 alligators could soon be on the loose in southeast Texas due to rising floodwaters
The disastrous flood in southeast Texas has claimed the lives of 47 people

1 September 2017

A man who fled his Texas home as Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on his neighborhood returned home to find an alligator in his dining room.

Brian Foster arrived at his Humble, Texas, home on Friday to survey the damage caused by the record-breaking rain brought on by the storm.

As he looked around the home with a rescue crew, he saw the 9ft alligator crawling along the floor.
He immediately called the police so the beast could be removed. Officers taped the gator’s mouth shut so it could be taken away.

It then required four officers to carry the alligator through the house, out the front door and into waiting vehicles.

Wildlife officials now plan to move the beast back into its natural habitat.

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