It’s a … gator? North Shore family uses alligator in baby gender reveal

It’s a … gator? North Shore family uses alligator in baby gender reveal

One completely satisfied Louisiana couple came upon this weekend they will be the dad and mom of a bouncing child boy within the coming months. However simply how they found that’s one thing that would depart even the most effective party-planners on Pinterest scratching their heads.

In a video posted to Fb on March 25, and which has now been seen greater than 1.6 million instances, the proud papa gently faucets a giant mama-jama of an alligator on the nostril earlier than popping a watermelon in his mouth. The gator instantly clamps down on the melon, which is stuffed with blue goo to point their new child’s gender.

Child gender reveal events are nothing new — however they’re usually accessorized with coloured cupcakes or confetti, not prehistoric-looking monsters.

At one level within the video, the gator angles for the group of completely satisfied onlookers. When a boy, sitting on the bottom along with his again to the creature, appears to change into the gator’s goal, somebody bids him to “stand up!” because the gator takes a couple of lumbering steps towards him.

Nonetheless, the distinctive gender reveal does not appear out of step with the parents-to-be: The dad is Mike “T-Mike” Kliebert, who runs a gator farm and tour firm in Hammond and previously appeared on the truth present “Swamp Folks.”

In a remark below one other video of the reveal on Fb, Kliebert explains somewhat concerning the gator who crushed the melon. She’s a 60-year-old alligator named Sally, he stated, and is “a part of our household.”

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