Five parrots in the zoo were swearing, so the administration decided to remove them…

Everybody know that parrots are very unusual birds and they can pick up a lot of language.

But sometimes, their ability to repeat words and phrases ends up backfiring.

A parrot sanctuary in England recently had a situation when five of its African grey parrots developed some rather colorful language.

The birds, which were living at the Lincolnshire Wildlife Centre, continued to encourage each other to swear openly in front of visitors and it got so bad that the zoo had to remove them from the public’s eye!

The zoo’s chief executive, Steve Nichols, said, “We had parrots swearing, but five parrots at the same time are too much.”

Nichols added that visitors reactions t encourages their behavior of parrots. He said, they “swear to trigger reaction or a response,” which they get when people laugh or act shocked.

This five parrots Billy, Eric, Tyson, Jade, and Elsie, were split into two different colonies, away from public ears. Everybody hope that the birds will pick up more appropriate vocabulary with so many other parrots around.

“I’m hoping they learn different words within colonies – but if they teach the other 250 parrots bad language I don’t know what we’ll do,” Nichols said, according to BBC News.

Hopefully the birds tone it down a bit so they can be reintroduced to the public!