Bizarre moment commuter spotted carrying pecking pigeon in hood during tram ride


A weird clip has emerged of an sudden feathered visitor stowing away contained in the hood of a Manchester tram passenger on June 6.

Commuter Phill Buckland was on his solution to work on a Metrolink tram from Didsbury when he observed a pigeon pecking on the head of one other bloke at round 9am this morning.

The unusual video footage exhibits the pigeon pecking the again of the unbothered man’s head at one level of the journey as different commuters went concerning the day as if it was a traditional a part of their morning journey.

Chatting with Manchester Night Information, Phil stated: “I used to be watching fairly a hardcore documentary a few new drug in Colombia. Once I seemed up, I occurred to see the pigeon staring me in the face.



The pigeon was sat in a man's hood as he travelled to St Peter's Square
The pigeon was sat in a person’s hood as he travelled to St Peter’s Sq.

“The person was simply sat there with the pigeon sat in his hood. I believe it was a tame one. Nobody stated something however it’s fairly arduous to not discover it. I believe he will need to have walked in entrance of some folks when getting on the tram.”

Phil says the person acquired off the tram at St Peter’s Sq., with the pigeon nonetheless sat in the hood on his means out.

“It is humorous. It is a great way to brighten up a Monday morning,” Phill added.



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Phil captured the weird sight on video at round 9am on June 6

“Once I lived in London there was a man with a parrot on his shoulder on the tube, however clearly the Manchester model is a pigeon.”

Readers of the native information web site had been bewildered by the sight, as they left feedback poking enjoyable on the video.

One commenter stated: “I would fairly see a pigeon in the person’s hood, than all of the asb that goes on, on the trams & stations.”



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Metrolink have been reviewing their guidelines on canine being allowed on board the tram

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One other wrote: “That man’s hood goes to be filled with a lot pigeon poop.”

A 3rd quipped: “Only a ‘provider’ pigeon being carried, that is all.”

Metrolink bylaws state that animals are usually not allowed on Larger Manchester’s trams, except for information canine or listening to canine.

A trial permitting different canine on board the Metrolink was urged earlier this 12 months – though it is unlikely any new coverage would lengthen to pet pigeons.



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