Anorak | Burping Parrot Banned From Restaurant

Burping Parrot Banned From Restaurant

by | 26th, May 2009

parrots TIME for a parrot story, and we journey to Langata brasserie and grill, Chessington where Chessington World of Adventures resident Brindsley is at a “meet and greet”.

Brindsley is able to make burping noise, and does so.

The loud burps echoed around the Langata brasserie and grill, leading diners to complain the cheeky parrot was setting a bad example to their children. He has now been banished to the outdoor terrace for the rest of the May half-term holidays, unless his behaviour improves.

It has come to a sorry thing when parrots are left to teach bad manners to our children. Old Mr Anorak says that in his day it was children who taught parrots. Now thanks to evolution and bad schooling parrots hold the upper hand.

How long until parrots are teaching

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