Cops respond to calls for help, but it was just a dramatic parrot

Cops respond to calls for help, but it was just a dramatic parrotDiego the parrot somehow learned to yell the word "help," and his cry caused quite the confusion this week. SEE ALSO: Dad tells cops he was speeding home to, um, well you know . @UPS driver heard someone yelling "help" inside house. Deputies responded and found the culprit. Thankfully Diego the Parrot was unharmed pic.twitter.com/e5BVG5B5AO — Clackamas Sheriff (@ClackCoSheriff) November 7, 2017 According to a report from
Oregon Live, an unnamed delivery driver was out on his route at approximately 7:45 p.m. near Clackamas, Oregon on Monday when he heard what sounded like someone calling for help.  Being a good samaritan, the driver called his wife, who phoned 911. The driver then waited at the residence for emergency services to arrive.  Deputy Hayden Sanders responded to the call, and slowly approached the home, only to discover that a parrot was responsible for the yelling. Sanders made sure that Diego was safe before determining that he was just a drama queen.  WATCH: Dad of the year recreates Diagon Alley on sleepy Seattle street



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