Video shows a wild turkey wreaking havoc in an Ohio home and falling out of a window

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WJW) – You could call it an investigation into “bird play.”

A videos posted by the Ohio Police Department features a wild turkey attempting to escape from police custody after flying through the window of a Miami Township home.

The incident happened on Monday, according to a timestamp included in footage shared by the Miami Township Police. In the video, the turkey can be seen thrashing about inside the house among the rubble and broken glass.

“The window broke. It flew through the window,” the homeowner is heard telling one of the responding officers.

“I feel so bad for it,” she adds. “It’s probably injured.”

As seen in the video, the woman’s father finally forces the turkey into a net, but the bird quickly breaks free and eventually crashes back out.

“Police officers get calls for everything, but this was the first time we’ve been dispatched about a wild turkey breaking into a house… and then escaping,” police wrote in a post shared to Facebook on Tuesday.

A woman posing as the homeowner later commented on the department’s Facebook post, claiming an officer stayed behind to help board up her windows. She also confirmed that no one was injured in the incident.

“Luckily our little one cooked dinner with me and her dad upstairs!” wrote the woman.

Miami Township Police did not provide details on the turkey’s condition.

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