Police Called For Man's Argument With Parrot A neighbor in Germany called police about a domestic dispute after hearing loud shouting next door. It was a man arguing with a parrot. No word on who won the argument.
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Police Called For Man's Argument With Parrot

Police Called For Man's Argument With Parrot

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A neighbor in Germany called police about a domestic dispute after hearing loud shouting next door. It was a man arguing with a parrot. No word on who won the argument.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene with a confession. I've had conversations with my pets. You know, growing up, I'd tell my dog how school was. I've talked to fish. So it doesn't surprise me that German police who were called to resolve a loud domestic dispute found a guy yelling not at a person, but at a parrot. The man said he was annoyed at the bird. I'm going to stick up for the parrot here and say you should never take out your frustration on an animal. Police say they left only because no one was harmed. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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