A wildlife park has been forced to removed five newly adopted parrots from public display after they started swearing at customers. Bosses at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, UK, said they accepted the new flock of bird on August 15. And the group taught each other to swear while in quarantine together.
The park’s chief executive officer Steve Nichols said the naughty antics made the staff laugh, which only encouraged the birds even more. But swift action had to be taken after the parrots began shouting profanities in front of guests – and then laughing about it.
“But, just by coincidence, 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.