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Homeowner mistakes sparrowhawk for a burglar

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A homeowner who feared his house was being broken into was stunned when he realised a bird had hit the window and left a perfect imprint.

http://www.telegraph...-a-burglar.html

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thats crazy, i wonder what happened to the bird? did it live? or did the local animals get to it before the homeowners did

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How on earth is "Bird Hits Window" news.

I mean the whole birds leaving imprints has happened to me a few times, once with a freaking duck. Now that was a bang.

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How on earth is "Bird Hits Window" news.

I mean the whole birds leaving imprints has happened to me a few times, once with a freaking duck. Now that was a bang.

Haha yes with one of my relatives houses with big windows this happened a lot. Bang. Bird crap on the window. Dead bird below :w00t:

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How on earth is "Bird Hits Window" news.

I mean the whole birds leaving imprints has happened to me a few times, once with a freaking duck. Now that was a bang.

The topic isn't about a bird hitting a window, it's about the homeowner thinking the noise he heard was a burglar.........as stated in the topic title.

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The topic isn't about a bird hitting a window, it's about the homeowner thinking the noise he heard was a burglar.........as stated in the topic title.

I didn't mean to offend I just really don't understand how this made the news, its just such a non story. Also after reading the story I would say the bird (and it's imprint) is the focus rather than what he thought it was.

Let me change my previous statement.

How on earth is "Bang In Night Temporarily Concerns Household" news.

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