For this alligator, barbed wire fences don’t necessarily mean "keep out."
Teasia Warner of Mulberry, Fla., filmed the 15-foot reptile lurking across a field, and painlessly sneaking through a barbed wire fence.
"Clearly he does this thing every day, like it’s part of his everyday commute," Warner joked in an interview with InsideEdition.com.
She explained she and her mom were on the way to church when they saw what they believed was rubber or litter left on the middle of the road.
When it began moving, they realized it was something a little more dangerous.
"Once we seen what it was, my mom yelled out, 'Good God almighty!'" she said. "He took up about half to three-quarters of this two-lane road."
Even though her mom wanted to stop and sneak a peek, Warner said she knew better.
"We live in Florida so we kind of know what to do with gators in their presence and what not to do, and you don’t want to stop and invade their space because they feel threatened," Warner said. "The gator we came across, I could tell by its walk that it was a dominant gator — and we didn’t want to be dominated that evening."