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Drunken Tweets Not Confined to Humans

Football players do it, politicians do it. Birds do it too.

Never, ever, tweet when you’re drunk.

Young birds can get ‘drunk’ on fermented berries

Effects similar to those for people, only drunk birds have much further to fall

But unsteadiness on the feet, a tendency to fall over, and losing the ability to steer is considerably more of a problem when life is normally spent in trees or in the air.

The authors from the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA) reveal how they were called to a primary school in Cumbria last summer after

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2 Comments on Drunken Tweets Not Confined to Humans

  1. A moose drunk on fermented apples is NO joke. Drunken YellowJackets are extra MEAN!

  2. Fah Lo Suee // 06/11/2012 at 17:35 // Reply

    Mr Elmer,
    Will you serve any berries on Saturday at the “birthday tea party” ?

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