Tiny gator found at Chicago airport

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A TINY alligator has been discovered living beneath an escalator at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

Police used a rubbish bin to trap the little creature — between 12 and 18 inches long — after it was found by maintenance workers on Friday in Terminal 3.

Cops think a passenger took the alligator to the airport by train but then dumped it after realising it wouldn’t pass security.

Police are also investigating pictures uploaded to Twitter that show someone with a small-sized alligator on board a train headed to O’Hare.

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