A worker at a Cocoa, Florida car dealership got quite a surprise, Thursday, an angry alligator underneath one of the new cars. The 7-foot-11 reptile was found hiding under a Mitsubishi up for sale, drawing a crowd and a gator trapper with a warning. "He could jet out from underneath there quicker than any snake and grab an ankle and do a lifetime of damage," said trapper Bill Robb. Robb said, while the giant beasts are usually on the move this time of the year looking for a mate, there are more than normal and he believes the lack of rain could be the cause. "I don't know how it could be much drier. Alligators don't care for it one bit," Robb said.