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Phuket: Big Bird on loose in Bangkok: VIDEO

Phuket: Big Bird on loose in Bangkok: VIDEO

PHUKET: Nobody knows where it’s from. Nobody knows how it got there. This is simply an inexplicable video of a single ostrich chasing the fast pace of humanity.


By Coconuts Bangkok

Monday 1 September 2014, 04:35PM


Facebook user Sukchi Kas posted a short clip of the bizarre event he encountered on the Teparak road on Wednesday (August 27). It’s just that, an ostrich on the loose in Samut Prakan’s Bang Phli district.

The user added he was on his way to a business meeting and was quite confused about what was happening.

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catterwell | 01 September 2014 - 18:46:05

As for where the foreign sparrow came from, or is going, I have no better information on the lumpy-knee herd.

catterwell | 01 September 2014 - 18:41:43

The Thai word for Sparrow is "Nok Grajok", or small/petty bird.

That for Ostrich is "Nok Grajok Thet", or Foreign Sparrow.

I find this foreign sparrow's jogging more elegant than samples I've seen in Lumpy-Knee Park.

charlie | 01 September 2014 - 17:02:05

Perhap Preechawut 'Prap' Keesin going to Buengkom Police Station in Bangkok....

 

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