A large herd of aggressive wild turkeys seem to take revenge on Thanksgiving after falling from nowhere onto a once-peaceful, over-55-year-old community in New Jersey, which is now being terrorized by the unwanted attackers.
Nobody seems happy that the common birds – up to 60 of them – have become muscular in Holiday City, Toms River and reportedly become a gaggling nuisance, News 12 New Jersey said. "It's like an infestation."
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The woman said people think it's a laugh affair, but it's serious.
"If I can I'm not coming out of my house to get in the car because they can not go away and you can not get them to go away and bite you, yeah, that's a problem," she told the Station.
] The broadcaster reported that the turkeys in Holiday City had broken windows, while WABC-TV from another resident, Donna Scala, reported that the turkeys were on roofs and were picking off BIRD, ACCUSED, POLICE CRUISE HAZARD TO HAVE AND PASS
"Our brand new vehicles? They pick on our vehicles, "she told the station. "I just want them to be moved. Set them on a large piece of land, hundreds of acres of land.
That may be easier said than done.
Despite numerous complaints, the local animal inspection authority can not comply with state regulations because of nothing against the turkeys.
"It is a troublesome wildlife that we do not catch, relocate or, how they use the word that turkeys or other wildlife are allowed to molest. This is a nuisance, "said Richard Barbosa of Toms River Animal Control to WABC.
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The wild turkeys weigh between 16 and 24 pounds and can run up to 20 miles an hour.