A lot of people undermine the work of the firefighters. They constantly risk their lives, working day and night to put down fires and save lives.

Not only do firefighters save the lives of people, but animals too, especially when they get stuck somewhere.


That’s the case of this potty-mouthed parrot.

A turquoise and yellow Macaw parrot, Jessie, was stuck on a roof in Edmonton, London, for three days. The owners called the London fire brigade for help. However, this particular bird didn’t want to be saved.




After being advised by animal experts to charm the bird and say “I love you” when approaching her, Chris Swallow, the manager, volunteered.

Yet, Chris had a great surprise. When he got to the bird, he said “I love you”, and after saying it back, the parrot continued to swear. The crew was extremely amused. They found out Jessie was polylingual, since he spoke in Greek and Turkish, too.

According to a witness, the parrot told the firefighter to “f*** off”.

Chris says: “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 were told that to bond with the parrot, you have to tell her ‘I love you’, which is exactly what I did.


While Jessie responded ‘I love you’ back, we then discovered that she had a bit of a foul mouth and kept swearing, much to our amusement.”

The firefighters tried everything, but the pet was persistent in his decision of not wanting to come down. Jessie would just fly to another roof or tree. It seemed the parrot just wanted an adventure. At first, the parrot owners were worried the parrot was injured, but after seeing it fly around, they were relieved.

After she got tired, she was finally reunited with her owners.




Sources:


Shared.com


www.theweek.co.uk


trendings.net


www.natureknows.org

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