Cocky wants a cold! & # 39; Claude the cockatoo & # 39; try to quench your thirst by knocking down SEVERAL beer cans left over in quick succession
- & # 39; Claude the cockatoo & # 39; seems thirsty for a refreshing beer or two in a cheeky video
- He picks up several cans of discarded Summer beer and knocks them down
- The Costa Daurada online poster was quick to point out that the beer cans were empty
- The images are from the beginning of September and viewers are told to always drink responsibly & # 39;
Andrew Prentice for Daily Mail Australia
In the true Australian style, a hilarious image of a cockatoo has appeared on the Costa Dorada knocking down the remains of three beer cans one after the other in quick succession.
The 15-second clip, uploaded to You Tube, shows a cockatoo nicknamed "Claude". picking up the summer beer cans for the pick before quickly polishing the remains.
The brazen poster added the following caption: "Claude the arrogant having a few furtive bevs after a long day, do not worry, the cans are empty, always drink responsibly!
However, it seems that cockatoos that enjoy a refreshing beer are not limited to Australia.
In 2016, a six-year-old cockatoo named Leo was banned at the Old Chapel Wetherspoon pub in Darwen, Lancashire, after the staff told their owner, David Wilson, that they operated under strict pet policy, with the exception of guide dogs.
A defiant Mr. Wilson then started drinking at the neighboring pub Victoria in Darwen.
The publican said he "would be happy to please Wilson's feathered friend."
"We were welcomed with open arms at The Victoria," Wilson told Lancashire Telegraph at the time.
Claude, the cockatoo who sees himself swallowing a can of summer beer in Gold Coast this week
The inquisitive Claude the cockatoo saw some discarded beer cans and went to work
"Leo is a very intelligent and docile bird, he behaves very well and never gets too far away.When we go to the pub, he behaves very well.
Leo will sit quietly on the shoulders of another client, see what they are drinking and then look for someone else to sit on.
"It's part of the furniture in the bar, where the staff is very good with him."
Leo, the cockatoo, won a cult with drinkers in a Darwen pub in the United Kingdom