WATCH: Gator Vs. Bro With Frying Pan … Who Wins This Round?

Written by Wes Walker on June 22, 2022

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Cue the old cowboy talk about towns ‘not being big enough for the two of us’, but instead of main street at high noon, this looks more like a campsite at dinner time.

When a gator walks up with dinner plans of his own, this bro grabs whatever he’s got close at hand and stands his ground.

In this case, ‘close at hand’ happened to be a frying pan. Not ideal, but hey, it’s better than nothing.

With the gator poised to strike, this bro takes his shot. We’ll let the video speak for itself.

The gator learned a valuable lesson that day — do NOT come between a man and his dinner.

Finding this story led to a little bit of bonus content.

Someone in the comment section replied with a video of these hilarious fishermen reeling in a catch. Someone else took an interest in the fish they were bringing in, but the fisherman wasn’t having any of it.

Make sure your sound is on for this one for sure.

This writer just about died laughing when the guy on-screen said, ‘dirty crocodile boi’.

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