to the shocking video going viral. A Louisiana swamp boat guide, playing with alligators. Even feeding them marshmallows, directly from his mouth. He sat down with ABC news. And John muller has the... See More
to the shocking video going viral. A Louisiana swamp boat guide, playing with alligators. Even feeding them marshmallows, directly from his mouth. He sat down with ABC news. And John muller has the story. Oh, my god. Reporter: Take a look at this hair-raising video going viral this morning. Shot by a tourist on a swamp boat last month, outside Louisiana's Jean laffite national historic park and preserve. That's 29-year-old lance la crosse, the tour guide, playing with two alligators in the water. Watch as one snaps at his face. In an exclusive interview with ABC news, lacrosse says he's just as nervous as those screaming tourists. Every time I jump in the water, I'm scared. I have an alligator at the bottom I can't see. Reporter: But that doesn't stop the gutsy guide from teasing this gator, even rubbing the underside of its jaws. At one point, lacrosse even allows the gator to snatch a marshmallow from his lips. How does he avoid to be snatched himself. I keep his hand under his mouth. Reporter: This morning, state wildlife officials, reviewing the tape to determine if any laws were broken. Although it's not illegal to feed gators in Louisiana, Jefferson parish where the tour company is based, prohibits it. Airboat adventures has no comment. But park officials say. Feeding wide animals trains them to see humans as a food source. That can be dangerous for humans and animals. As for lacrosse, he'll stop feeding theators if the law Sacramento, little cooler than
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