Police snap parrot going at 1.5 times speed limit
The Local · 13 May 2016, 10:15
Published: 13 May 2016 10:15 GMT+02:00
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At around 10am, the device activated without the slightest sign of a car anywhere to be seen – leaving the officers scratching their heads.
But as the pair studied the photos taken by the trap's camera, puzzlement turned to laughter as they spotted a parrot racing through the air.
As it flew close to the ground, the exotic bird had reached a speed of 43 km/h – almost 1.5 times the 30 km/h speed limit in the area.
The parrots of Zweibrücken are at home in the Rosengarten park. Photo: Wikipedia
Parrots are no strangers to Zweibrücken, with several species reportedly calling the town home and living in the Rosengarten park.
Although they know the parrot's address, police concluded that "it is still not determined who should pay the €15 fine that's due."