A crocodile was roaming the streets of Acapulco after floods hit Mexico.
Residents watched the reptile as it crawled along the road and eventually captured the crocodile, managing to shut its jaws with black tape.
Heavy rain from two storms has caused widespread devastation in the South American country, with the death toll now standing at 80, according to authorities.
In Acapulco, shops were looted and thousands of stranded tourists waited to leave the country by air.
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