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Banking these days can be a dangerous proposition, but Wednesday it got down right wild.
Officials had to remove a seven-foot long alligator from a bank parking lot in Miami-Dade after it was found wandering around some parked cars.
It's unclear what business the reptile had at the bank, located at 6505 Blue Lagoon Drive, but we're banking his loan officer is happy the gator didn't make it through the front doors.
Luckily, the gator was caught before it could make any withdrawals.
The animal was trapped by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Venom Bureau and turned over to alligator trappers. No one was injured in the incident although the gator did create quite a scare.
Sadly, the gator will likely return to this bank at some point - as a wallet.