Sunday, August 2, 2015

Alligator may be roaming Flushing Meadows

From Eyewitness News:

Another roaming reptile may have been spotted in New York City, this time in Queens.

Saturday morning, the NYPD took to Twitter with photos showing officers on the hunt for an alligator reportedly seen in Flushing Meadow Park.

The search revealed no sign of the elusive gator the police named 'Jaws'.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tenk you dahleeng. Now I dunt hav ta move ta Florida.

Anonymous said...

Hope it bites Melinda Katz's ass off. LOL!

Anonymous said...

Hooray. shades of Jurassic Park comes to FMCP.see ya later, Aligaror.
After awhile Crocodile.

Anonymous said...

Kinda gonna fuck up the dragon boat racing.
Some Chinese chef will cook it up. Alligator dim sum anyone?
$100 apiece...delicacy! You try.

JQ said...

This may be cause for concern, but I am more worried about a new breed of C.H.U.D.'s

This is the second alligator sighting, maybe it's the same dope that owned the other one and just dropped them in our rivers. I bet another one is going to pop up soon

Anonymous said...

Yeah, virulent TB and other rare foreign diseases coupled with Snake Fish dumped at FMCP.
Visit colorful, vibrant, diverse downtown Flushing, where sidewalk spitting Olympics are held daily.

Anonymous said...

What a croc!

Anonymous said...

If the gator came to us illegally, then we should quickly sign it up for an NYC ID card!

Anonymous said...

The alligator sightings are mere allegations.

Anonymous said...

Anon. No. 2: How do you know it's not Melinda herself?

Anonymous said...

Don't shot at it with those 9mms. It'll only make it mad.

Anonymous said...

Hear the cops are from the 110.Must be looking to ticket it.That's all they do in that command.

Anonymous said...


The alligator could be feeding on all the rats in the sewers & subways. Unfortunately the easy to catch dieing or dead decomposing rats have already eaten poison. Alligators love dirty and decomposing food so its likely why the gater caught in Manhattan last week died. The murky lake and stinky swamp under the parkway those vagrants use as a toilet is also optimal habitat.
I say feed and leave 'Jaws" alone and pick him up when cold weather comes. Jaws is a great asset to fixing the vagrant problem !!

Raven MacLean said...

if they catch it...can I keep it? lol

Anonymous said...

BS. They come out of the water to sun and eat whatever garbage they can find. Think FMCP would have some of that? Would have been seen and photographed a thousand times by now.

Anonymous said...

Tourist or illegal?