Some rattled off jokes and people are heard saying, 'he's house broken', 'that's breaking and entering isn't it? The crowd of adults and children gasp as they realize the gator is heading straight for the front door, laughing in amazement when it sits still on the welcome mat.
According to the Facebook video, the neighborhood named the alligator George.
Residents offer up duck tape to tie its mouth shut, and at one point two officials are sitting on top of the alligator, wrapping up its hind legs with tape.
A wood sample has been taken away for radiocarbon dating and the craft will go on display when scientists are certain it has been protected from decomposition.This is now on display at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum in Shreveport.'It's not common to find them.It's only the second one we've found in this area,' he told Fox 33.The alligator does several death rolls, trying to get free from the snare by thrashing around.After a few minutes, the team manages to prevent the gator from moving and work quickly to tie it up.