ROSENBERG, TX. –  An alligator trapper experienced something she’s never seen before… an alligator stuck behind her steering wheel.

Christy Kroboth, a licensed alligator trapper, walked out to her car and discovered a 7-foot-alligator in the front seat of her SUV in Texas on Sunday.

Prior to going inside her home, Kroboth had rescued the gator, from the middle of the road after somebody shot him in his eye with a BB gun, according to FOX13 News.

When she returned from her home, that’s when she saw the gator wedged in the front seat between the windshield and steering handle.

The gator was nicknamed “Buster” and has been released to a gator farm where he will now live.

“I am so blessed that I get to work with them, help them out, and educate the public on them,” the trapper said on Facebook.

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