They've turned up in swimming pools, front porches - even a Florida woman's bathroom earlier this year. This weekend it was Marco Island's turn for a reptilian close encounter.The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Marco Island police captured a 6-foot alligator Saturday afternoon in the surf in front of the Admiralty House condominium, south of Tigertail Beach. The animal was relocated, FWC spokeswoman Gabriella Ferraro said.  Joanie Echsner/Special to the Daily News

They've turned up in swimming pools, front porches - even a Florida woman's bathroom earlier this year. This weekend it was Marco Island's turn for a reptilian close encounter.The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Marco Island police captured a 6-foot alligator Saturday afternoon in the surf in front of the Admiralty House condominium, south of Tigertail Beach. The animal was relocated, FWC spokeswoman Gabriella Ferraro said. Joanie Echsner/Special to the Daily News

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