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Turkeys On The Jersey Turnpike

by @ 11:44 am on November 17, 2009. Filed under Holidays, Humor, In The News

And, no, I’m not referring to the drivers:

TRENTON, N.J. — Authorities have stopped trying to capture a wild turkey that calls Interchange 14B on the New Jersey Turnpike home. The bird has been causing havoc for toll collectors and motorists as it runs across toll booths, plays in traffic, and sits atop toll collectors’ parked cars.

Turnpike Authority spokesman Joe Orlando said efforts over the weekend to catch the turkey were unsuccessful, and for the time being, the bird will be left alone.

Collectors will have to continue putting cones on their parked cars because the turkey likes to jump on the cars, and motorists will continue dodging the bird.

Cue Mr. Carlson:

Or, you can watch the whole episode:

H/T: Ed Driscoll

One Response to “Turkeys On The Jersey Turnpike”

  1. Let's Be Free says:

    Life goes on after losing the gubernatorial election after all!

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