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What-A-Catch: Alligator captured near the entrance of a Whataburger in Aransas Pass

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department was able to trap and relocate the gator, according to Aransas Pass police.
Credit: Aransas Pass Police Department

ARANSAS PASS, Texas — On August 21, the Aransas Pass Police Department, along with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, were called out to the Whataburger in AP for an alligator spotted near the restaurant's entrance. 

In a video posted by the AP PD via Facebook, a Texas Game Warden was able to trap and relocate the gator.

Gator wants snacks!

This past Friday night, our Aransas Pass Whataburger had a little visitor wanting a late night BOB! Our officers assisted Texas Parks and Wildlife late Friday evening with an alligator near the entrance. I guess it goes to show, Whataburger really is the choice of late night snacks for just about everyone, human and animal! *TPWD did trap and relocate the gator* #AransasPassPD #Whataburger #Latenightthnack #Toughlittlebuggerhuh #TexasParksandWildlife #TPWD #HesaidNOONIONS #Toastthebunstoo #Alligatorsneedpicante #Aliigators #Seeyalater #Notafterawhile #Didntevengethisfoodtogo

Posted by Aransas Pass Police Department on Sunday, August 23, 2020

"I guess it goes to show, Whataburger really is the choice of late night snacks for just about everyone, human and animal!" officials with AP PD said. 

According to the TPWD, here's what you should do if you were to see a crocodile or alligator.

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