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Foul-mouthed parrot stuck on a roof for three days greeted firefighters sent to rescue it by telling them to f*** off

Foul-mouthed parrot
  • Firefighters went to rescue foul-mouthed parrot that was stuck on a roof for days
  • The Macaw had escaped from its owner’s home in Edmonton, London
  • The parrot, named Jessie, can speak English, Turkish and Greek 
  • It told firefighters ‘I love you’ before telling them to ‘f**k off’ and flying off 

A parrot stuck on a roof for three days greeted firefighters sent to its aid with a four-letter tirade.

Jessie, the multi-lingual Macaw, flipped the bird after escaping from her owner’s home in Edmonton, north London.

When she could not be lured down from a neighbour’s roof, firefighters were called out and told to tell the bird ‘I love you’ – to which Jessie replied ‘I love you back’.

But she then ruffled her would-be rescuers’ feathers by telling them to ‘f**k off’ before flying off to another nearby rooftop.

Jessie, the multi-lingual Macaw, flipped the bird after escaping from her owner's home in Edmonton, north London
Jessie, the multi-lingual Macaw, flipped the bird after escaping from her owner’s home in Edmonton, north London
When Jessie could not be lured down from a neighbour's roof, firefighters were called out and told to tell the bird 'I love you' - to which Jessie replied 'I love you back'
When Jessie could not be lured down from a neighbour’s roof, firefighters were called out and told to tell the bird ‘I love you’ – to which Jessie replied ‘I love you back’
But she then ruffled her would-be rescuers' feathers by telling them to 'f**k off' before flying off to another nearby rooftop
But she then ruffled her would-be rescuers’ feathers by telling them to ‘f**k off’ before flying off to another nearby rooftop

The foul-mouthed pet also speaks Turkish and Greek according to its owner, but had its own choice words in English for the rescue team.

Watch Manager Chris Swallow said: ‘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.

‘Our crew manager was the willing volunteer who went up the ladder to try and bring Jessie down.

‘We were told that to bond with the parrot, you have to tell her ”I love you”, which is exactly what the crew manager did.’

The foul-mouthed pet also speaks Turkish and Greek according to its owner, but had its own choice words in English for the rescue team
The foul-mouthed pet also speaks Turkish and Greek according to its owner, but had its own choice words in English for the rescue team
Watch Manager Chris Swallow said: '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'
Watch Manager Chris Swallow said: ‘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’
As Jessie wasn't injured, the firefighters, who had been called in by the RSPCA, left her on her perch
As Jessie wasn’t injured, the firefighters, who had been called in by the RSPCA, left her on her perch

Mr Swallow continued: ‘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.

‘Jessie also speaks Turkish and Greek, so we tried telling her to ”come” in both those languages too.

‘Thankfully it soon became apparent that Jessie was fine and uninjured as she flew off to another roof and then to a tree.’

As Jessie wasn’t injured, the firefighters, who had been called in by the RSPCA, left her on her perch.

Parrot tells firefighters to ‘f**k off’ in London

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