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January 11, 2019

WAIT... THIS IS ILLEGAL?

A man who police say placed a 3-foot alligator on top of another man in Connecticut as part of an extortion attempt has pleaded guilty to reduced charges.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Did he bring the gator with him from Texas to Connecticut? Inquiring minds etc.

That's just being neighborly in Florida :)

Maybe it's just me but, if someone kidnappd me and only asked for $800 I'd be a little insulted. I'm worth at least a couple of thousand dollars.

Cindy, I know I would ask a lot more than that for you.

I would say this dude needed to buy a copy of "Kidnapping for Dummies."
Expenses alone such as gas, duct tape, motel room and alligator rental will eat up any profit on an $800 ransom demand.

Hey, as uncomfortable as the alligator is, they do not have money. Try extorting money from "the man"....

Poor gators gonna need counseling and or therapy...

A 15ft gator would have gotten him a lot more money.

Whatever happened to tarantulas?

He should have just killed the alligator to make boots and then sold them for $800.

Weaponized Alligators: I wonder wear you get a holster for one.

Doesn't the Cajun Mafia put an alligator's head in your bed?

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