A concerned citizen called the Lee County Sheriff’s Office to report that a man was on the side of Daniel’s Parkway, wrasslin’ gators!
Deputy Quijano, with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, responded to the call and located a shirtless white male in a dried canal bank.
According to NBC 2 News, “the deputy did not see an alligator, but instead, found
The shirtless man said that there was an alligator in the sewer with multiple small babies and that he was trying to help them, the report said.
The man was removing some of the mud in the sewer to let more fish move through and make it to the alligators, according to the report.
After a few questions, the deputy determined that the man’s only intention was to help local wildlife.
When the deputy went to talk to the caller, they denied seeing the man wrestle or touch the alligator. The caller also said that he wasn’t sure where the call taker would’ve gotten that information from, the report said.
The deputy told the shirtless man to call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission if he ever thought local wildlife was in danger.”
(SOURCE: NBC 2 News)