Like a witch on a broom. The owl stole a toy stick-rope and flew around the neighborhood (video)

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Like a witch on a broomstick. An owl stole a toy jump rope and flew around the neighborhood (video)

Netizens suggested that this is how the bird prepares to celebrate Halloween

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This year's Halloween celebration has become unusual – especially for some animals. For example, an owl stole a toy stick horse and rode it like a witch on a broomstick.

She took the attribute from one of the residents of Illinois in the USA. It was only later that a resident, Eric Lind, was able to film it. His mother received a phone call from the neighbors and was told to look at the pine tree. Lind and she knew immediately what the owl was holding, writes IFL Science.

“The situation is now in my parents' house. A young owl stole this toy horse and flies around the neighborhood with it,” Eric Lind wrote on Facebook.

In addition, he added that the horse is not his. And if anyone finds out about the absence of a stick horse from his child, “will have to talk to an owl.”

Photos of the theft flooded several other platforms. Some of the users suggested that one of the images of an owl with its prize was a fake. But these are regular footage uploaded by Lind. The post now has over 5,000 comments and over 100,000 shares on Facebook.

Some users were concerned. They thought the owl was entangled in a toy horse. At the same time, Lind said that he himself saw the bird change its grip on a toy.

“This owl is part of a family of owls that have been living in the neighborhood for about 6 months, and this is one of the young owls” , he wrote. Lind added:

“If anyone sees an owl in danger or believes it is in pain, I'm sure the appropriate authorities will show up immediately.”