Updated… 10 July 2016

Emu on the loose 

Laura Lyon could hardly believe her eyes this morning at 7.00 am, when she saw an emu being watched by police officers on grassland in Skelmersdale.

Laura explained.

“I just had the most surreal experience. Why is there a free range emu in skem? I had to double check I was awake and this wasn’t some bizarre dream.”

It seems the bird may have been clipped by a car as some blood was noticed on its side.

Another witness, Kyle Regan, stated…

“I just saw a few people that had pulled over after hitting an emu. It looked ok and was walking around but why is there an emu in skem?”

Kyle added. “The police were on scene so I’m sure they were waiting for the RSPB or something. I doubt standard police training coves capture of a giant angry Emu…”

The emu is the second-largest living bird by height, after the ostrich. It is widespread in Australia where it is the largest native bird. The emu’s range covers most of mainland Australia.

Did you witness this bizarre event?

More: http://pat-regan.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/police-in-hot-pursuit-of-giant-bird-in.html 

Pat Regan © 



Skelmersdale Police ‘experts’ on the case…


NB. Bernie Clifton was unavailable for comment.

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