They might seem beautiful and innocent at first, but just wait until they open their mouths… then the fun starts.
"I get called a fat t**t every time I walk past."
That's exactly what happened when visitors to England's Lincolnshire Wildlife Park first met Billy, Elsie, Eric, Jade and Tyson.
No, they're not people. They're a gang of swearing parrots.
The five African Grey parrots were each adopted separately by the Wildlife Park, but they had to be quarantined together in August – and that's where the sailors in these birds came out.
When the staff moved them out to the outdoor aviaries, the swear words started flying whenever they saw a person.
The louder the laughs from the visitors, the more they would swear.
Steve Nichols, the Wildlife Park's chief executive spoke to CNN about the… uhm, situation.
"They literally, within a very short period of time, start swearing at each other. 'F**ck off' is the most common one, it's a very easy one for them to learn. But the birds would utter anything you can think of."
While staff and visitors to the Wildlife Park found it hilarious at first, the children visiting soon started to pick up on the swear words as well.
That's when the "fat t**t" mentioned above decided to separate the parrots with the hope that they would stop swearing and stop encouraging each other.
But wait, there's more. The Wildlife Park also features a singing parrot named Chico.
Chico recently went viral after belting out Beyonce's hit, If I Were A Boy, to anyone who would listen.
Now, if only we could get the swearing gang together with Chico… that would be awesome.
Watch the Stressed Heaux video below to hear Chico in action, without Billy, Elsie, Eric, Jade and Tyson as background singers.
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