MIAMI — Used to be, you blocked a busy road and you got a ticket. Now they turn you into a handbag or back scratcher.
The nine-foot alligator that was cornered and captured Tuesday morning after a traffic-stopping appearance at U.S. 441 and Bailey Road was sold to a processing facility for $280.
His meat will be breaded and deep-fried, his hide transformed into designer shoes and wallets and his bones used to make soap.
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