In the video, Rambo appeared to be a Yellow-Naped Amazon Parrot, judging by his vibrantly colored feathers. Also that year, a parrot that was stuck on a roof told firefighters who had been sent to rescue it to "f*** off.". Close. https://people.com/pets/police-respond-woman-screaming-parrot Let me out! Something I taught him when I was a kid and Rambo lived in a cage.”. Something I taught him when I was a kid and Rambo lived in a cage," he said. Ohhh! Please let us know if you're having issues with commenting. A parrot caused quite a stir when a neighbor called police after hearing someone screaming for help in Palm Beach County, Florida, December 29. The responding deputies and the concerned neighbor all had a laugh after meeting Rambo the talking parrot 'Rambo, meet the boys in green,' he says, before showing the group a … "I promptly introduced the officers to Rambo and we all had a good laugh. The bird is seen greeting the officers, who appear to share a laugh before leaving the home. Bigger parrots can live as long as humans and some may even outlive their owners, according to the Spruce Pets website. Sometimes Rambo yells ‘help, help, let me out’. A few moments later, he emerged with the talkative bird on his hand and showed him to his new friends. Cops rushed to a Florida house after neighbors reported hearing a woman screaming inside — only to be introduced to a green parrot named Rambo that had been taught to say “Help! When deputies with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office showed up at the home where the cries were reportedly heard, “Hilarity ensued,” according to its recent Facebook post. It's not the first time a mouthy parrot has caused its owner problems. parrot was caught ordering items using an Alexa device, parrot that was stuck on a roof told firefighters. She too had a good laugh.". “I promptly introduced the officers to Rambo and we all had a good laugh,” Rambo’s owner wrote beneath the video posted on YouTube. "Sometime later four police officers showed up saying a neighbor called because she heard a woman screaming for help," he said. The screams that led a neighbor to believe a woman was possibly being held captive can be heard shortly before the deputies arrive at the home in footage captured on the Ring video doorbell app. “As a general rule, the larger the bird, the longer the expected lifespan is.”. Ohhh! To continue reading login or create an account. Four sheriff's deputies responded to a residence in Lake Worth Beach, Florida on December 29 and found a man working on a car on his driveway. The man then proceeded to open his back gate and told the deputies, “I’ll bring out the screamer to you.”. 2. In the video, Rambo appeared to be a Yellow-Naped Amazon Parrot, judging by his vibrantly colored feathers. The man said he had taught the parrot to scream when he had kept the bird in a cage when he was young. Jessie, a turquoise and yellow macaw, spent three days on the roof of a house in north London, England, when her owner became concerned and called the fire brigade. Here’s what commenters had to say Here’s what commenters had to say But thanks to a parental lock, none of his attempted purchases went through. Ohhh! Quoting the parrot’s owner, whose identity was not revealed to the public, the post shared that the man was working on his wife’s car in the driveway last week while his parrot, Rambo, sat near the home’s entrance singing and talking to himself. Many even become accomplished singers. Hilarity ensued," the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said on Facebook. An alarmed neighbor called police after hearing what she thought was a woman screaming "Help, help, let me out!