SEE IT: Texas alligator trainer mauled by beast during show after two handlers ‘miscommunicated’ BY Lee Moran NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, April 27, 2015, 9:55 AM A Texas gator trainer got a sharp-toothed shock after he was mauled by one of the beasts during a demonstration. The handler was ironically wearing a T-shirt that read "Quick hands or no hands" as he showed off the animal at the Texas Crawfish and Music Festival in Old Town Spring on Saturday. Footage filmed by spectator Monique Gongora sees him walking up behind the alligator as its jaw is being held by another trainer, reports KTRK. But as he goes to grab its back, the reptile suddenly flips and latches its powerful jaws onto the man's arm. The vicious animal shreds his skin with its razor-sharp teeth, as the man desperately tries to shake his attacker off. He eventually succeeds, and then looks down in shock as blood begins to spurt out of his limb. An alligator bit a trainer at the Texas Crawfish and Music Festival Saturday in Old Town Spring, Texas on April 26. Despite the terrifying incident, he later goes back to help his fellow trainer subdue the animal - and the video cuts out. Gator Country owner Gary Saurage, who sent the two men to perform the demonstration at the event, said his employee had escaped "relatively unscathed." "He didn't even get one stitch. But I guarantee this: he's sore this morning. He won't make this mistake again," he told KTRK. Saurage also revealed that the bite occurred after the two handlers "miscommunicated." "We're humans and what we do is get complacent sometimes," he added.