That moment when you're sick and tired of logs, oh wait, alligators on the road, but you actually don't give a f*ck.
This biker's got some stones man.
If you're looking for something to do on a nice Alabama summer evening, you might as well go hunt some alligators.
That's what these men did and on the first night of hunting season, they landed a record 920-pound, 13 and a half foot beast.
As FOX sports tells it:
It's believed to be the second heaviest alligator ever hunted in Alabama behind a 1,011.5-pound gator caught last year that set a world record at 15 feet and nine inches (that gator cheated, though, with approximately 115 pounds of that coming from a deer in the gator's stomach).
As all of you are probably wondering: What the hell do you do after catching a 920-pound alligator?
Throw a huge Labor Day cookout with 250 pounds of meat. "It won't go to waste," [hunter Scott] Evans said.
Here's another picture:
Here's a gif of it as well:
If they decide not to eat that massive beast, we've got at least one other idea:
After awhile, crocodiles stop being fun to have as pets.
That's what one unidentified Toronto man discovered after he begged a local large reptile sanctuary to help remove some 150 alligators, crocodiles and caimans from his premises.
That's right. There were 150 of them. In Toronto, Canada.
The reptiles, some more than three metres long, had been kept in a home for about 10 years before Bry Loyst of the Indian River Reptile Zoo near Peterborough, Ont., was called in to help.
"I couldn't believe what I was seeing," Loyst said Thursday on CBC Radio's Metro Morning show. "I could not believe that somebody had that many crocodilians and raised them to adulthood. These were not baby little crocodiles," he said. "They were adults."
Even though that sanctuary wrangler would not give up the location of the house that kept such a large number of Captain Hook's nemeses, he did say it was in a residential part of the city and the crocs and gators were kept in aquariums.
So, you know. Real good neighbor-type.
Here's some CBC News footage of Loyst and crew collecting the reptiles:
It’s unclear how he expected this standoff to end, but this man definitely got what he deserved.
Watch as guy backs his truck up towards an alligator that is just minding its own business and ends up starting a fight that he isn’t going to win.
The beast begins snapping its massive jaws at the truck to make it crystal clear that he does not want to be bothered, but the man doesn’t listen.
“Hey watch my truck!” he says in the clip.
A few seconds later, it tears his bumper clean off the back of the vehicle to put an end to the nonsense.
Gator:1, Man: 0.
Nine-year-old James Barney Jr. of Florida was taking a dip in a lake when a 400 pound alligator tried to make a meal of him. Miraculously, the boy fended him off with a few quick hits and Barney only has bite marks to show from it. In a few years if you meet someone by the same name, be very careful during your game of "Two Truths and a Lie," is all we're saying.
Check out some of the interview footage via Huffington Post here: