For Inktober, Sabtastic has been drawing birds that have earned notoriety for their criminal behavior.
Are you online enough to recognize these crooked birds?
This little bird was arrested in Pakistan for spying when a message was found stamped onto its wing feathers!
Source below! ?? pic.twitter.com/cIYy4dohfn
— Sabtastic @ Halcon 520 (@Sabtastique) October 15, 2019
A suspected Pakistani 'spy pigeon' seized just inside India's border faces X-ray by security officials to ensure the bird is not carrying hidden messages, or spy gadgets.
Made it to #inktober Day 23!
— Sabtastic @ Halcon 520 (@Sabtastique) October 24, 2019
A parrot has been taken into custody in northern Brazil following a police raid targeting crack dealers.
According to reports in the Brazilian press, the bird had been taught to alert criminals to police operations in Vila Irmã Dulce, a low-income community in the sun-scorched capital of Piauí state, by shouting: "Mum, the police!"
My favourite #birdcrimes story of all time features Canuck the Crow! ??
This little troublemaker got his infamous reputation for stealing a KNIFE from an active CRIME SCENE!
— Sabtastic @ Halcon 520 (@Sabtastique) October 22, 2019
Canuck became a media celebrity in 2016 after he stole a knife from a Vancouver crime scene.
Last year, he received more than 300,000 votes to win CBC's online poll to become Metro Vancouver's Unofficial Ambassador.
Story + Tweet for context below: ?? pic.twitter.com/QNTZdAmtJe
— Sabtastic @ Halcon 520 (@Sabtastique) October 13, 2019
Thinking about how the Dutch police arrested a bird for taking part in a robbery, put it in a jail cell with bread and water & when the media reported on it they put a little black bar over the face to protect its identity pic.twitter.com/2ly0zsoAw6
— Emma (@CampbellxEmma) September 29, 2019
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