Aggressive magpies terrorize the woman in her own house after she has besieged her living room and ate the food from her dog
- Rachel Dalgiesh came home and discovered that a herd of magpies had invaded her house
- Images allow her to flee for fear of the property like the fly around the roof
- Coming home via dog door to steal dog food, because the breeding season starts
The woman was left terrified after her house was besieged by magpies who steal the food from her dog and leave excrement everywhere.
Rachel Dalgiesh says the birds have moved into her Inala house in northern Brisbane.
The herd is supposed to have sneaked in through the dog door, designed for Rachel & # 39; s husky, Louie, before they started eating his food and leaving droppings all over the house.
Terrifying images at home show the birds sweeping through Mrs. Dalgiesh's living room as she walks through the door.
In panic, the young woman shouts and leaves quickly.
A second bird also starts flying around the room before both retreat to the kitchen.
Dalgiesh told Seven news, that the event was particularly frightening because she was afraid of the territorial birds since a traumatic encounter when she was 12 years old.
& # 39; It stared straight into my eyes, and I turned and my knee went, cracked, straight into a doorway. & # 39;
& # 39; It has always stayed with me, & # 39; she said.
Rachel Dalgiesh says the birds have moved into her Inala house in northern Brisbane
Since the horrible home invasion, Ms. Dalgiesh told Seven News that she is now considering putting the dog food outside.
The unwanted visit comes when the magpie breeding season starts, which means that the birds go to heaven to protect their young.
Since the gruesome home invasion, Ms. Dalgiesh told Seven News that she is now considering putting the dog food outside
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