Typically, crocodiles don’t roam the great Canadian outdoors, however residents of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada are convinced otherwise.
The Surrey Royal Canadian Mounted Police had been receiving several panicked reports of a croc encroaching on Canadian land, so they went to investigate, and found what they found many refused to believe…
Another croc sighting called in this weekend in the marsh off of Hwy 17 & 104 Ave. It sure looks like one, but it's commercial truck tire! pic.twitter.com/Gspwtz409f
— Surrey RCMP (@SurreyRCMP) June 12, 2017
So as it turns out, the vicious croc was no croc at all! The crocodile look-alike was merely a floating truck tire. Phew!
Yeah, litter isn’t ideal either, but at least you’ve never heard of a tire attacking someone.
Although the verdict was out, not everyone was convinced.
For the same tire?
— Scott Brown 😐 (@BrownieScott) June 12, 2017
So it's a haunted tire
— The Ignoble Savage (@IgnobleSavage) June 13, 2017
Whether you think it’s a crocodile, a haunted tire, or simply refuse to fall victim to the lies…
— Suzanna (@suzannamichener) June 12, 2017
I think we all can have a good laugh at the point this one man makes:
The slang word for a blown truck tire is a " Gator"
— Bradley MacBride (@bradmacb) June 12, 2017
Well there you have it, a gator can be more than what meets the eye.