Lord yes, this is why I love the south.

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This is something you could easily see, RIGHT HERE IN ALABAMA, let's be honest.

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Commuters headed down the interstate in Florida, had to do a double-take after seeing an SUV with a GATOR on the rear.

That's right, a gator attached to the bumper.

Not just any gator either. We're talking about a BIG gator.

It was caught on camera getting a lift, I guess you could say, on the back of an SUV in the middle of the afternoon.

Reported by television station WKMG, the giant reptilian creature was seen on I-95 in Brevard County.

The photos came from a local resident named Karen Kress.

Karen told NBC station WESH-TV, "It was definitely real, I have to assume it was legally hunted".

Are you ready to see this? Here goes....

A bizarre image posted to social media appears to show an alligator strapped to the tailgate of an SUV in Brevard County

*Photo credit: Karen Kress

The person who posted the pictured said there appeared to be blood coming from the gator's tail end

*Photo credit: Karen Kress

Yes, that's a gator strapped to an SUV going down the highway.

What else would you expect in the south? And in Florida?

C'MON MAN.

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