Resort posts warning after tourists pelt alligator with carrots
7:36 AM, Apr 9, 2018
SAINT HELENA, S.C. — "Don't be stupid."
So states the warning posted by a South Carolina resort urging people not to harass the alligators on the property after tourists threw carrots at one.
"The fine for harassing an alligator is $200," the Fripp Island Activity Center wrote in a post on Facebook. "That's $200 per carrot in this case. Y'all, make good choices. Don't be stupid. This is not how Fripp treats its wildlife."