Man Discovers 9-Foot Alligator Lounging in Living Room of Louisiana Home
"We're from Louisiana, so we're used to it. Just not in the house," one of the men laughed.
This alligator did not knock before making itself at home.
"First thing I thought was, I ain't getting paid enough money for this," McCaa told InsideEdition.com, and laughed.
McCaa told IE.com that he was with a work colleague and homeowner David Bradford when they saw the massive gator.
"His mouth was open, he was hissing, he was getting a little upset," McCaa said.
Bradford called the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Officials there sent Jeromy Pruitt, the local animal nuisance remover and reality star, who was featured on two seasons of Swamp People.
Pruitt told IE.com he'd "never seen an alligator in a living room. That's a first."
Pruitt, who is also McCaa's longtime friend, said he brought the 250-pound alligator outside and "made him spin to wear him down,
"That tires him out so he wouldn’t fight me," he told IE.com. "Their joints lock up and it was easy for me to grab him."
Read: Military Dad Surprises His 4 Kids at Florida Football Game in Front of 90,000 Cheering Fans
The TV star, who has been working with alligators since he was eight, returned the gator to the wild.
"We're from Louisiana, so we're used to it. Just not in the house," McCaa laughed.
Trending on Inside Edition
Man Says Brother Who Took His Own Life Never Mentally Recovered From Abuse Suffered as Scott Rudin's AssistantNews
21-Year-Old 'Eager' Georgia Firefighter Dies in His Sleep During 1st ShiftNews
Donation to Kyle Rittenhouse's Crowdfunding Campaign Gets Virginia Cop Fired From the Department: OfficialsCrime
Greensboro Zoning Commissioner Ousted After Refusing to Address Woman as 'Doctor' in MeetingNews
Cops Called on Couple Who Tried to Have Wedding at $5M Florida Mansion Without Owner's PermissionOffbeat