From the Ford Falcon to the Aston Martin Cygnet, a number of vehicles have actually been called after birds down the years.
Sadly, there is no vehicle in the present VW variety with an ornithological name however that hasn’t stopped one car dealership from getting up close and personal with a feathered friend.
That’s because previously today, Marshall Volkswagen Scunthorpe was paid a flying check out from a curious cockatiel that had actually left from home.
The bird – called Paco – left staff taking care of a really various kind of wings when it dove into the display room suddenly.
The surprise visitor ruffled a couple of plumes as it was visualized set down on the shoulders of workers and positioning beside toy vehicles.
Despite enjoying his business, those at the car dealership understood that Paco should be a missing out on animal and carried out a root-and-branch search on social networks to discover Paco’s owner.
Amazingly, the hunt achieved success and the other day (March 15), Paco was reunited with his thrilled owner, Doriana.
A tweet from Marshall’s authorities Twitter account said: ‘We’re delighted to reveal that Paco the Cockatiel [sic] has actually now been reunited with his owner!
‘Further to Paco’s flying check out into Marshall Volkswagen Scunthorpe the other day, his owner saw our social networks posts and contacted us.’
🦜 Tweet Update… Tweet Update…Tweet Update
We’re pleased to reveal that Paco the Cockatiel has actually now been reunited with his owner! 👍
Further to Paco’s flying check out into Marshall #Volkswagen #Scunthorpe the other day, his owner saw our social networks posts and contacted us. pic.twitter.com/Coi52Lhcrl
— Marshall Volkswagen (@Marshall_VW) March 15, 2023
Who understands? Maybe the Volkswagen Cockatiel is simply around the corner…