A gigantic hog is on the loose in Alabama, and it’s the most American thing we’ve seen all day

BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 15: Free-range hogs belonging to demonstrating farmers graze in front of the German federal chancellery on January 15, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. The pigs, which are not treated with hormones or antibiotics except in medical emergencies and are only fed with non-genetically-modified food, were brought to the demonstration as a symbol against industrial farming and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a trade agreement to be negotiated between the European Union and the United States that organic farmers see as a threat to environmental protection, health and safety standards as well as consumer rights. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)

What’s more American than apple pie and baseball? Maybe nothing, but seeing a giant hog just hanging out on the sidewalk may come close. At least, down South.

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Angela Rena of Phenix City, Alabama, saw the massive pig roaming her neighborhood and she uploaded footage of the video to Facebook. According to Rena to local station WVTM, the animal had yet to be captured after the footage had been released.

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“I was in Fontaine Park in Phenix City. I’m not sure if anyone called Animal Control,” she said.

“I just had to turn back around and take some pics. There were a couple cars slowing down looking as they were leaving Fontaine Park.”

Twitter user Corey Elliot was one of many people who shared their lack of shock at seeing something like this come from this southern state.

Although it is unclear if this hog was feral, Alabama state has apparently been dealing with a growing feral hog problem for a while. The animals reproduce quickly and have few natural predators.

RELATED: Firefighters who saved several pigs later barbecued them for dinner

If that’s the case, maybe this loner was on the search for a partner who could help him contribute to the hog population.

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