Boy plays with inflatable alligator - what happens next is TERRIFYING
- Robyn Allison
That's what a mum and her son thought when they made a decision to enjoy the sunshine with a slip-and-slide.
The mother said she is anxious about the safety of her children outside their home.
Located close to a chair, once you see the alligator, you'll feel daft you missed it the first time around.
'They say they are afraid. "Well, he wasn't. And he went down the slip n' slide and into the pond".
An Ocoee mother was videotaping her 6-year-old son in the family's yard when she noticed an unexpected visitor: an alligator near the side of her house.
The recording actually ends before anybody on screen even realises what is going on too, though luckily no one was hurt.
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Mojica told concerned friends: "A gator wanted to play with us today!"
"We check the pond frequently and kids cannot go near water", Mojica said.
In a Facebook post, Mojica said the family ran away when they spotted the gator. Never in my life have I been so scared. "This thing was watching us the whole time from the side of my house".
It added that May and June are typically alligator mating season - and the reptiles will be out and about more frequently. The state is home to an estimated 1.3 million alligators, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
A small alligator kept a close eye on what it might've thought was long-lost cousin being thrown around by a child in his backyard.