|Feb 14, 2013, 11:35 AM||#1|
Angry birds sue green pigs
There will soon be no need to fling birds at structures to get rid of those pigs, as it appears that the birds are now fighting them in a different manner. They are going to use the Irish legal system.
"We're tired of these revengeful attacks," a spokeswoman for the birds said in a press conference. "Because of them, otherwise innocent birds died unnecessarily. We also realize that violence is not the solution to a problem." She also said the birds tried to negotiate with the pigs, but they refused to stop stealing the eggs.
An attorney who is representing the pigs is telling a different story. "Contrary to the allegations against my clients, they never wanted to steal the eggs. When they moved to their present location, the birds decided they didn't like them. They so desparately wanted the pigs to move out that they decided to destroy their homes."
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