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November 07, 2018


Man breaks into crocodile enclosure, gets bitten

(Thanks to Rich Klinzman and Don Faber, who notes that the man was wearing Crocs.)


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"In our 125 year history, this is the first time anyone has tried to go swimming with the crocodiles."

Congratulations, genius. You're a pioneer!

The Crocs were a nice touch. An homage?

Bravo, Jeff!!

I love that this guy lost control to the point of losing his shorts when he wet 'em. The late Steve Irwin would have been proud!

So will his story be on Animal Planet, Live PD or Hallmark Channel (starring Candace Cameron Bure)

NMUA--An unreliable source tells me "Swimming With Crocodiles, Can You Survive?" Is slated for the all new Darwin Awards Channel.

Even Marlin Perkins wouldn't have asked Jim to do this.
*whistles for geezer bus*

But was his Timex still ticking?

This is what happened to Captain Hook.

"Man Enters Shower, Gets Wet"

When contacted by the press, a crocodile speaking off the record, indicated the man tasted like pork.

@LeDud- The next question to Captain Hook about why he wore an eye-patch. "Well, matey, y'see I hadn't got used to me hook by gnat time."

Guy broke into an alligator farm, jumped into a croc enclosure, and says he was bitten by an alligator, while wearing crocs. And then tried to escape custody by jumping into a retention pond surrounded by barbed wire.

Is anyone else confused?

Rudolph beat me to it.

Will he serve his term in jail before he serves his term in Congress?

Even though this happened at an alligator farm, it must have been a crocodile that bit him. We all know the Gator defense hasn't stopped anyone this season.

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