Pellet-Gun-Toting Teens Hunt Iguanas for Cash in Neighborhood Where Pool Boy Was Shot

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An iguana sunbathes in Fort Lauderdale. The invasive reptiles have become a headache for homeowners in South Florida.EXPAND
An iguana sunbathes in Fort Lauderdale. The invasive reptiles have become a headache for homeowners in South Florida.
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Just weeks after a pool boy was accidentally shot by an iguana hunter in their neighborhood, two enterprising Boca Raton teens began stuffing mailboxes with flyers advertising the pair’s extermination services. Working under the name “Park Avenue Iguana Control,” the teenagers use pellet guns to hunt the scaly creatures and charge $25 per iguana killed.

“Our work is very fast and efficient, which I personally know everybody in our neighborhood wants,” a flyer obtained by New Times says. “We will be at your property regularly taking care of your little green pests.”

Parkside, an affluent gated community in southern Boca Raton, has been the source of much iguana drama as of late. It all began in…

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