Alligator Found On Manhattan Street Dies After Being Rescued

The old urban myth of the alligator in the sewers of NY sort of came true yesterday but to a sad conclusion; An alligator that was found crossing a street on 9th avenue in Manhattan during rush hour died after being taken into custody.

Animal Care and Control of NYC said the three-foot alligator, named “CrockadoodleQ”, died on Friday morning.

No one knows where he came from but his illness was probably due to neglect or you know, the crap on the streets of New York that are obviously harmful to swamp dwellers.

Exotic animals, like alligators are illegal to own as pets in New York, so whoever brought him up here is stupid and cruel.

Poor sweet CrockadoodleQ, sorry that the concrete jungle was such shitty dwelling.

[NY Times]