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Louisiana Police Is Looking For The 'Agressive Chicken' That's Terrorizing Bank Customers

Louisiana Police Is Looking For The 'Agressive Chicken' That's Terrorizing Bank Customers

The chicken is accused of indulging in fowl play!

Why did the chicken cross the road? Apparently, in Louisiana, it was to terrorize bank customers. The Walker Police Department in a hilarious post described the chicken  as 'aggressive,' and 'reddish-tan chicken, approximately 18” tall and 6-8 lbs in weight.' 

A Be On The Lookout (BOLO) message was created by the police department that read: "BOLO: The Walker Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in connection with an incident occurring Friday in Walker. At approximately 4 pm, Walker Police were dispatched to a bank on Walker South Road in response to a complaint of an aggressive chicken."

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The cops acted immediately as mentioned in the post: "Although police reached the bank within a couple of minutes of the call, the chicken apparently anticipated the imminent arrival of law enforcement and fled on foot from the scene. According to the complaint, the chicken had been terrorizing bank customers all week, at both the walk-up ATM and the drive-thru."

Explaining the fowl behavior, the post said: "Bank officials told officers that the chicken chased customers, attempted to enter customer vehicles and on a number of occasions, failed to engage in proper social distancing. Despite patrols of the area, including the kitchen of a nearby restaurant, the chicken could not be located."

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That's one smart chicken, isn't it? But the cops are not giving up: "Police are looking for a reddish-tan chicken, approximately 18” tall and 6-8 lbs in weight. The chicken is wanted on charges of trespass, 34 counts of assault, attempted battery, attempted burglary, terrorizing and ignoring an order of the Governor."

The post ends with a warning for the mere mortals: "Given the chicken’s history of aggressive behavior, the public is urged to avoid confronting the fowl and to instead, contact Walker Police if seen. Thank you!"  

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