Alligator Scare Ends with Duct Tape
LINDA WERTHEIMER, host:
Good morning. I'm Linda Wertheimer.
All those urban legends about alligators? Bobby Kish, of Pottstown, PA, must be a believer. Mr. Kish was delivering the Pottstown Mercury. He stepped out of his truck to retrieve a paper, and out from between two cars, hissing and snapping, came a four-foot gator. Kish jumped in his truck and headed for the cop shop. Police subdued the reptile with, of course, duct tape. They booked the creature as Al, initial E, Gator. It's MORNING EDITION.
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