Man in the Corner | Pigeon probes privacy on phone

BIRDS can prove pretty frightening to some. 

And this week, one pigeon in Horsham was interrupting important phone calls. 

The pigeon, who frequents the window ledge of a Horsham business, distracted one professional during an important conversation. 

“Sorry, I’ve just got a pigeon tapping on my window,” the professional said as he tried to shoo the bird away before continuing his conversation as though nothing had happened.


A READER contacted the Wimmera Mail-Times after an sighting an “amusing” issue in Horsham on Friday.

A Horsham Rural City Council vehicle, travelling along Dimboola Road, appeared to have lost its load. 

“(The ute was carrying) a pallet of what may have been bags of superphosphate or potting mix, leaving behind it a trail of empty bags from Firebrace Street to the old railway crossing near the (Horsham) College,” the reader said.

“I rang the bylaws officer but I doubt the employee got a fine for an unsecured load or for littering.” 


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