Foul-Mouthed Parrot Trapped On Roof Keeps Telling Firefighters To "F**k Off"

Posted by Sama in Funny On 4th May 2021
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Jessie, a yellow and blue Macaw parrot, decided to call off the fireman who came to rescue her, and after giving him an earful and hurling swear words towards him she decided she has had enough of human interaction and flew off to a nearby house.

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One thing we all will agree with is that among one of the noblest and dangerous professions, firefighters are the one. They not only save human lives but also have the task of minimizing the damage all doing that by risking their own lives. And while we are eternally grateful for these people to risk their lives for us, apparently one foul-mouthed bird is not that grateful. 

Jessie, a yellow and blue Macaw parrot, told off the fireteam with the same colorful language as its feathers.

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Apparently, Jessie has been stuck on the roof of a house in Edmonton, North London, for around three days. Eventually, the London Fire Brigade decided to reach the scene to carry out the rescue of the bird however, they didn't expect to get called off by the bird. 

Even though the fire volunteer brought a bowl of food and a fluffy towel to wrap the bird but Jessica kept hurling abuses towards the man and told him to "f*ck off".

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LFB Watch Manager Chris Swallow, said: "Jessie had been on the same roof for three days and there were concerns that she may be injured which is why she hadn't come down.

"We then discovered that she had a bit of a foul mouth and kept swearing, much to our amusement."

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As if this was not enough, after hurling swear words and giving an earful to the poor fireman, Jessica decided she has had enough and flew off to another roof, into a tree, and then back to her owner.

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A spokesperson for the Fire Service said: "As with this incident, the RSPCA should be contacted in the first instance and we would always urge people to do the same if they see an animal stuck or in distress.

"If the RSPCA require our assistance, they will call us, and we are happy to assist with our specialist equipment."

Of course the RSPCA are well used to dealing with animal cruelty, so it sounds like they'd be perfect to deal with a parrot that cruel.

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