Parrot revealed that the owner was driving while intoxicated

 
Parrot revealed that the owner was driving while intoxicated
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Guillermo Reyes (49) was arrested in Mexico City for drunk driving.

The 49-year-old had consumed large amounts of alcohol when he took his parrot for a ride in the car. However, he did not get far before he was stopped by the police, who suspected that Reyes was intoxicated.

Which the parrot could confirm that he was:

- He is drunk, he is drunk said the bird, which was placed in a cage on the passenger side.

At first the police thought that it was a man who shouted. They were astounded when they looked in the car and saw that it was a parrot that sat there.

A test could also confirm that Reyes was drunk. He was arrested, and the parrot was taken to the local animal protection center.

But according to the Mexican newspaper El Universal, the man and the parrot were reunited in jail that night, as the authorities feared that the bird would not survive long without its owner. The two had a very close relationship.

After the duo had spent a night in jail, Reyes was released. He can now expect a hefty fine.

Birdy nam nam...

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