Police Say Drunk Birds Will Sober Up Soon

Police Say Drunk Birds Will Sober Up Soon

Police Say Drunk Birds Will Sober Up Soon

"It appears that some birds are getting a little more "tipsy" than normal", he wrote.

The Gilbert Police Department in Minnesota has received a series of unusual calls about the "confused" strangers, who appeared to be "under the influence".

This has caused the interesting and odd occurrence of drunken birds to seem more prevalent than previous years. Young birds may be particularly susceptible to drunkenness because their livers have not grown large enough to handle the unintentional imbibing.

Police did, however, offer up a list of hilarious circumstances where residents should call police.

Police in Gilbert, Minnesota issued a statement to address a growing problem in the small city - drunk birds. "They're just careless and they're not looking for cars or other obstacles".

"Oh my! That explains all the birds bouncing off my window lately!"

How does a bird get drunk?

Back in Gilbert, this year has been an especially bad one for party fowls.

The reason: The birds have apparently found themselves with an unexpected excess of booze.

Angry Birds laughing and giggling uncontrollably and appearing to be happy.

Police Chief Ty Techar wrote in the statement that the cause of the birds "flying under the influence" was down to the early fermentation of berries in the area. "Sometimes they are picked up after crashing into windows".

Any other birds after midnight with Taco Bell items.

As Dodder told The Post, "Sometimes, they just need a bit of time in a quiet setting to recover".

"Cedar waxwings and robins are most likely to gorge on fermented blackberries, pyracantha or juniper berries, crabapples or mountain ash fruits", Audubon reports.

Authorities expect they will sober up some time in the near future.

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