NICEVILLE — A man called 911 after a bird flew into his house because he wanted police officers to come and remove it.
Per call history reports from the Niceville Police Department, on Dec. 26 a person called and said “a bird flew in his house and he wants us to come get it out.” Dispatchers called a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer, who told the man to open his doors and windows and the bird would fly out, but the man was insistent on an officer coming to help him. He suggested an officer get it out using a bed sheet.
Officers responded and looked around the house for the bird but couldn’t find it. Over an hour later, dispatch advised “bird removed.”