Published: Mon, December 17, 2018
Markets | By Otis Pena

Naughty parrot befriends owner’s Alexa and orders goodies from Amazon

Naughty parrot befriends owner’s Alexa and orders goodies from Amazon

This is the same parrot which was kicked out of the National Animal Welfare Trust sanctuary for swearing too much. Yet again, another naughty parrot has hit global headlines, this time for placing multiple orders on Amazon. That is the time he will order snacks such as strawberries, ice cream, broccoli, watermelon, and raisins, and even a houseware such as a kettle. "I have to check the shopping list when I come in from work and cancel all the items he's ordered", Wischnewski told the news website.

Rocco after since he was removed from the sanctuary, live in Blewbury, Oxfordshire with Marion Wischnewski, the sanctuary worker who adopted Rocco.

Wischnewski chose to give Rocco a home.

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Talking to Daily Mail, Wischnewski mentioned that the African Grey is well known for mimicking speech.

Fortunately, due to the parental lock on Wischnewski's Amazon account, Rocco's attempted purchases have not been successful, the Sunday Times reported. The parrot loves interacting with the virtual assistant, asking it to play music, specifically love songs, to which the master said was an indicator that the animal has a "sweet personality". She sometimes comes home to him playing romantic music through the Echo.

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