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One Massachusetts community to be able to sleep in a little bit, it is much easier for a high-stakes police operation on Monday was arrested as a menace that had “terrorized” the locals: a easier.
Police in Franklin, a town about 45 miles south of Boston, and saw a tall creature, not knowing what to do next, the blaming of a lack of police academy and training on the critical subject, which left them with “little or no training in the management of a large bird.”
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Undaunted, the researchers said in a Facebook post, they “went to work and soon found the owner of the [said the] economic and monetary union”, and then the giant bird himself.
The bird’s owner, Kathy Gatchell, told WFXT they are not sure how the emu got out of his pen, but with the jailbird and the skills and attitude that made it a high risk escapee, with the Gatchell describe emus as a “very, very difficult to capture,” rather than “very good.”
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In this work, the government spent nearly an hour looking in the woods. Gatchell said the bird, “do not let us get too close, as soon as we get close, she would have to walk.”
An emu got loose from his pen, of Franklin, Mass. from Sunday to Thursday.
(Franklin Police Department)
Eventually, someone came up with the idea to play the emu, the sounds of their mobile phones in order to try to attract the birds.
Sgt. Jason Reilly, one of the officers on the mission, he said, that when the bird got close, the police officer took his sock off and put it on the emu’s head” — and this seems to be a way to get them to calm down and the police then conducted the bird, and at home.
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“In a joint operation by the Animal Control Officer of the Franklin Police department Safety Division, Representative of Rosa and Sgt Reilly were able to get the government-house, where it is no longer the one hand, and motorists on Lincoln Street,” the department said, will be online. “No job to small and no bird is too big!!!”
Emus are the second largest bird by height in the world, behind the ostrich, (and they are not nearly as friendly, or easy to find, as well as another popular big bird, which has a tendency to reduce it to a single road). It is not clear how long the emu was spotted in Franklin, but it was not native to the area, as the birds call Australia home.