What could go wrong?
The state of Florida requires two and a half acres of land for alligators who are at least six feet long. Rambo recently hit the six foot mark and now the state is trying to take him away from his owner of eleven years. Luckily, she's fighting back. Mary Thorn considers Rambo to be a family member. He wears clothes and has his own room. He even visits local schools to teach kids about reptiles. Mary is hoping to get him registered as a therapy animal as soon as possible. Good luck, Mary!
The Florida man who took this picture told WFTV News that the raccoon was startled and jumped on the back on the alligator to get away. It was apparently a very short ride, we can only assume because the raccoon realized he didn't have the cash to pay the fare.