"This is walking up my street!!!! What is going on!!!!!!!" she tweeted on June 4. And if a situation like this doesn't justify all those extra exclamation marks, we're not sure what does.
This is walking up my street!!!! What is going on!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/w9eT8pyYWQ- Sharon Stone (@sharonstone) June 4, 2018
In the same thread, Ms Stone identified the giant lizard was a 10-foot-long Komodo dragon and said it had eventually been picked up by animal control.
Actor Jessica Alba also seemed to have spotted the same creature. Her video, posted on Instagram shows the reptile being handled by an official.
That leash around its neck hardly makes it any less daunting.
Beverly Hills Police Department identified the reptile as a monitor lizard that had escaped from its owner's residence in the neighbourhood.
Here's how social media reacted to the videos:
I don't know but one thing is certain. It's not your street anymore. It...belongs to him now. pic.twitter.com/zouxPEERkA- Peter Dukes - Filmmaker (@PeterHDukes) June 4, 2018
Sorry, Sharon. Walter got out again. Thanks for the heads up.- Spencer Garrett (@1SpencerGarrett) June 4, 2018
Godzilla!!!!- (@R0SSYB00P) June 4, 2018
Back in 2001, the Basic Instincts actor and her then-husband, American journalist Phil Bronstein visited the Los Angeles Zoo where the latter was attacked and bitten by a Komodo dragon, reports SFGate. Mr Bronstein, who had always been fascinated by massive lizards, had been invited to step into the reptile's enclosure by a zookeeper, who assured him it was perfectly safe to do so. The accident left him with a crushed big toe that needed to be reconstructed through surgery.Click for more trending news