Bird allegedly transforms into woman after being electrocuted

A bird is alleged to have turned into a woman after being electrocuted on a high tension wire.

The transformed bird

The incident which unleashed pandemonium in the Agip/Ada-George junction and its environs reportedly took place at about 8:00 am this morning.

Vanguard reports that the bird turned into a skinny looking lady after it was electrocuted on a high tension wire.

An eyewitness who identified herself as Promise Amadi, reportedly disclosed to Vanguard that the bird was perched on the high tension pole by the junction when the electricity in the area was suddenly restored.

Amadi claimed to have noted that the bird was immediately electrocuted which caused it to fall and turn into an unidentified woman with cowries around her neck.

According to him, the electrocuted bird had bot been the only one on the wire and that the others numbering over ten, escaped as soon as the unlucky one fell.

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