Monster smashes fragile parakeet to death in front of horrified store clerk

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An innocent bird was brutally killed at a pet store in Dearborn, Michigan, after an irate man smashed the box it was in before throwing the bird to the ground and stomping on it. According to MSN News, a 22-year-old man was at the Critter Pet Shop last week trying to get a $30 refund for the bird, who had a bloodied, injured wing.

The man went ballistic after the store owner told him that a refund could not be issued. The gruesome incident was captured on surveillance, and it shows the man smashing the box that the bird was in before hurling the box to the ground and stomping on it. Store owner Michael Simms had attempted to offer a credit to the man, but that wasn’t enough to prevent the bird from being killed. The gruesome scene played out in front of horrified shoppers who were traumatized by the violent incident.

The bird killer has not been identified, but Allen Park Police expect charges soon.

(Screenshots via MSN)

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3 replies
  1. Diana Rowell says:

    To the DEMON spawned NAZI who SADISTICALLY MURDERED this poor bird…..may Karma find YOU with a flesh eating disease, extreme skin cancer, or an extreme viral load of COVID. To the parents of this SPOILED thug: may God find YOU with a BEATING from this PUTRID MONSTER YOU RAISED, that leaves you maimed for life.

  2. Bunny Peters says:

    OMG……. this POS has earned himself a reserved space in the hottest part of Hell for his cruelty…….

    Precious little treasure please look for Connor & Fluffy in Heaven. I promise you that they will help you join a flock of parrots (& no worries about hawks)…….

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