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London firefighter tells rogue parrot 'I love you,' parrot responds with string of swears

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LONDON (Circa) — You kiss your owner with that beak?

A London firefighter got a bit more than he bargained for when trying to rescue a rogue parrot named Jessie stuck up on a roof. He was instructed to tell the bird "I love you" in order to bond with her. However, Jessie didn't seem too keen on getting to know him.

Instead of coming quietly, Jessie responded with a string of swear words and proceeded to fly away.

Jessie was eventually returned to her owner, who proceeded to post a video of the apologetic parrot.

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