A Brooklyn man was arrested this morning after police collected an alligator, nine boa constrictors, ammunition and a small bag of marijuana from his apartment. Sounds like a weird party, but it's almost nothing to the 18 other bizarre charges he's racked up in Brooklyn since 1992.

Police uncovered the animals around 6 a.m. after executing a search warrant at the Atlantic Avenue home of 44-year-old Johnnie Morgan. He's currently facing charges of reckless endangerment.

All of the animals were taken to the Bronx Zoo, though their condition is unknown.

Now back to Morgan's other charges, which caused a police spokeswoman to actually gasp upon opening his file. To wit:

On August 10, 2013, Morgan was caught with a 150 pound Burmese python and a 20 pound Blood python on a public sidewalk at 53 Buffalo Avenue. It's unclear what the three were doing out there, but suffice to say, Morgan was charged with reckless endangerment.

On June 14, 2012, Morgan was caught "feeding two Burmese chickens pythons for money" on the corner of Broadway and Quincy Street. He was charged with reckless endangerment and animal torture. It's unclear who was paying for this service.

Between 2003 and 2007, he was charged with violating an order of protection, shoplifting and caught walking between two train cars, respectively.

On November 29, 2002, he was charged with stealing $84 worth of lingerie from Hot Point: Ladies Fine Fashion on East Fordham Road.

On June 7, 1995, he was charged with attempting to rob someone of their Walkman.

At various times throughout the years, he's attempted to fare beat—once, in '93, while carrying a handgun.

And finally, on June 1, 1992, Morgan began his criminal career with a felony assault, in which he apparently stabbed someone in the chest and hand with a cane.

What have you been up to lately?