Wolf Whistling Parrot Caught, Charged With Sexism

OK, I made up that last part. They’ll propably charge the owner. From NJ.com

Less than a mile as the crow flies from where a woman said she spotted a bear Wednesday, another woman spotted another exotic South Jersey visitor Thursday and has photographic proof.

“My friend heard this whistling all day but she ignored it,” said Michie Perez, who owns a house on Fairton Road just off of Route 49 in Millville.

“I got home to let the dogs out, and I heard the whistling too. I ignored it at first but then I whistled back. Then I heard it whistle back at me so I kept looking for what was doing it and it was in a tree,” she said. In a tall pine tree in her yard she spotted the origin of the noise, an African Grey parrot, although she did not know it at the time.

She described the noise as the classic wolf whistle that denotes appreciation of the female form.

The parrot will have to attend sensitivity classes and do 30 hours of community service.

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4 Responses to “Wolf Whistling Parrot Caught, Charged With Sexism”

  1. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    HAHA – love this one. I used to have a Cockatiel that almost got me into trouble more than once because of that. The ladies would glower at me until they saw Bubba sitting on my shoulder as we would take our early evening stroll. Then he became an instant Chick Magnet.

  2. So it just “happened” to whistle like that, Otis? 😉

  3. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    That’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it.

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