MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - Everyone needs to take a break sometimes, even alligators.
A giant alligator was spotted lounging about on the on Highway 707 in Myrtle Beach Sunday.
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources tweeted that the alligator was about 11-feet long and was found on Highway 707 near Tournament Boulevard.
An alligator has been safely removed from Hwy 707 near Tournament Blvd in #Horry County. The alligator was approximately 11 feet long. No incidents or injuries were reported.— SCDNR (@SCDNR) May 6, 2019
Citizens with questions/concerns about any alligator can contact SCDNR at 1-800-922-5431. pic.twitter.com/4IGuj7I2kS
The large reptile wasn't bothering anyone and was just taking a rest. The alligator was safely removed without any reported injuries.
This story was reported on from Charlotte, N.C.