“This is the second one this week already,” he said.
Rondon said he removed a Mexican spiny tail iguana from Reynolds' toilet.
Males can get up to 18 inches long, with tails that can also get up to 18 inches long, he said.
“He took up most of the toilet bowl,” Reynolds said.
Although they are not native, iguanas have become common in South Florida, WSVN reports.
It is believed that they were brought to the area as pets in the 1960s, and some may have escaped or been released.
While they are not dangerous to people, some iguanas can transmit salmonella.