You can build all the fences you want, it's not going to keep the alligators out. A gator was captured on camera scaling a chain link fence at the Hideaway Country Club in Fort Meyers, Florida, on Wednesday, a scary sight for any resident hoping to keep alligators at bay. The gator, which is estimated to be eight feet in length, had no problem hopping over the fence, and didn't seem to be affected by the barbed wiring located at the top. Jeff Wilson, manager of the golf course tells NBC 2 that he'll attempt to fortify the fence in the future. "[He] wiggled some of the poles up a little bit," Wilson told NBC 2. "In fact, he went over barbwire too, which is pretty amazing, but of course, alligator skin is pretty tough." While gators are no strangers to Florida golf courses, this video comes just weeks after an alligator dragged and killed a two-year-old boy into a body of water at Disney World. The boy's body was recovered the next day.