Twitter user @lucytopping recently chronicled her unusual and hilariously disturbing experience of when two pigeons randomly appeared in her home.
The self-proclaimed snack seeker and posted a serious of Tweets about how she was at home for a couple of hours when she looked up and noticed a random two pigeons hanging out in her London home.
Read the hilarious journey for yourself.
Ive been in my house for about two hours, I just looked up and there’s TWO PIGEONS in my sitting room watching me e… https://t.co/KZDuwLYkf4— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556050347.0
All the windows are shut. What is this pigeon magic?— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556050889.0
Ive asked them to leave and they’re just LOOKING AT ME https://t.co/YRW11vSz4q— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556051163.0
THEY’VE SHIT IN MY BATH— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556051221.0
I can only deduce that this is the pigeon who we affectionately called ‘Mr Pigeon’ that lives in a cat flat beneath… https://t.co/v4PnKEgWbn— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556051539.0
NOTHING IS MOVING THEM. Not even a tiny broom.— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556053169.0
Prick https://t.co/nqLi2Mw7e9— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556053310.0
THEY’VE SHIT IN THE TOILET. Respect.— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556053889.0
Have moved all my favourite stuff out, turned the lights off and am having a gin in my kitchen. It is their room now.— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556054000.0
OH NO https://t.co/HaPSTMgXvR— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556054538.0
And in the furore I forgot about my baked potatoes that were in the oven. RIP potatoes.— Lucy Topping (@Lucy Topping) 1556057412.0
Lucy explains that she believes one of the pigeons is the bird who,
"we affectionately called 'Mr. Pigeon' that lives in a cat fla[p] beneath my toilet."
She surely will no longer affectionately call either pigeon anything after her experience.
The startled Londoner assumed that the two birds entered her flat through the cat flap on the door.
Her Tweets also describe how the birds seem to become more sophisticated during their short stay in her home — first they pooped in her bath, then they found their way to the toilet like proper folks.
Finally the birds,
"left out the window and into the night like nothing happened."
Despite their departure, Lucy was left with more horror when she realized she had forgotten about her baked potatoes in the oven.
The internet couldn't help but poke fun at Lucy's predicament.
@lucytopping @Mister_Woodo They’re staging a... coo. https://t.co/yi2qFoHKx4— Neil Crump (@Neil Crump) 1556086116.0
@lucytopping @LouSanders What you need to do is get a medium size towel and very very carefully burn your house down!!! Good luck 🐦— Mandy Sully (@Mandy Sully) 1556051058.0
@lucytopping You can’t do anything. They live with you now. Embrace it and become their Queen.— Amy Newton (@Amy Newton) 1556055343.0
@lucytopping Someone needs to do a twitter account from the pigeons perspective. Pigeons: Been here 2 hours and t… https://t.co/BszlaMMjje— Name cannot be blank (@Name cannot be blank) 1556055244.0
@lucytopping But Lucy, your twitter profile says you are 'Constantly on the look out for an excellent snack'. You had 2 pigeons, 2!!— Dame Elizabeth Anionwu (@Dame Elizabeth Anionwu) 1556099410.0
@lucytopping It should, of course, be THEY SHAT IN MY BATH rather than THEY'VE SHIT but we can iron out this sort o… https://t.co/iA57rILjA6— Philip Ardagh (@Philip Ardagh) 1556100300.0
Others are too busy laughing to craft their own jokes.
@lucytopping This. Is. Freakin’. HILARIOUS! 😂🤣😂🐦— Nikki 💙🪶💚 (@Nikki 💙🪶💚) 1556130987.0
@lucytopping @L3GSV Actually laughing so loud at this and all the replies 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂— Razzle (@Razzle) 1556057042.0
Hilarious 🕊🕊 https://t.co/q6uI550514— Mary C Englum Durham (@Mary C Englum Durham) 1556195133.0
I'm just glad no pigeons and no humans were harmed during this encounter.