Five parrots were insulting some guests with cursing words and they were removed from a zoo in the U.K.
The zoo’s management said that foul-spoken parrots were inhabiting the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park on August 15 and they have started to tell cursing words to each other when they all are kept in one room.
Billy, Elsie, Eric, Jade, and Tyson are the five African grey parrots who met another two hundred parrots and have started teaching each other to swear with curse words.
The zoo previously also had parrots “that have sometimes had a bit of blue language” and it is “very comical” and this time, even the zoo management couldn’t control it said Nichols Lincolnshire Live.
He said, “We took in five in the same week and because they were all quarantined together, it meant that one room was just full of swearing birds.
“The more they swear the more you usually laugh which then triggers them to swear again.”
“But when you get four or five together that have learned the swearing and naturally learned the laughing, so when one swears, one laughs and before you know it, it just got to be like an old working men’s club scenario where they are all just swearing and laughing.” .
When the zoo opened after putting so much of health restrictions due to the pandemic situation, the birds started to cursed the guests at the zoo.
Nichols said, “Literally within 20 minutes of being in the introductory we were told that they had sworn at a customer and for the next group of people, all sorts of obscenities came out.”
But the guests were feeling funny with the words these birds are uttering instead of being displeased.
According to Evening Express, CEO Steve Nichols said that “We saw it very quickly; we are quite used to parrots swearing but we’ve never had five at the same time. Most parrots clam up outside, but for some reason, these five relish it.”
Nichols added, “People have come to us, they think it’s highly amusing, we haven’t had one complaint. When a parrot tells you to f*ck off it amuses people very highly … It’s brought a big smile to a really hard year.”
As it was the weekend and hoping that there would be so many visitors including children, the management decided to remove these birds from public view.
These five birds are now put in a place where there are other birds too. The management hopes that they will forget the bad words when they hear all the other sounds from other birds.
There are more than one thousand five hundred birds in the zoo. But the park management needs the widen the inhabitants to catch the cursing trend.
They are going to free in different parts of the zoo assuring that they are cursing. “it is not as bad as three or four of them all blasting it out at once.”
The parrots in the zoo have previously also made the news. Chico, a nine-year-old yellow-crowned Amazon parrot also vent viral when it sings Beyonce’s If I Were A Boy.