Nobody has complained about the Bolshie birds but bosses didn’t want them upsetting young visitors.
Five foul-mouthed parrots have had to be separated after encouraging each other to swear at a Lincolnshire zoo.
The parrots – named Billy, Eric, Tyson, Jade, and Elsie – joined Lincolnshire Wildlife Centre’s colony of 200 grey parrots in August.
But it did not take them long to ruffle a few feathers with their foul language.
“We saw it very quickly; we are quite used to parrots swearing but we’ve never had five at the same time,” Steve Nichols, CEO of the wildlife park said.
“Most parrots clam up outside, but for some reason these five relish it.”
The parrots have since been distributed to different areas of the park so they do not “set each other off”.
Mr Nichols explained that nobody had complained about the parrots, but they were separated for the sake of young visitors in the hopes that they would pick up natural calls from the other African grey parrots.
“People have come to us, they think it’s highly amusing, we haven’t had one complaint,” he added.
“When a parrot tells you to f*** off it amuses people very highly.
“It’s brought a big smile to a really hard year.”
The park is also home to parrot Chico, who made headlines in September after learning to sing a range of pop songs, including Beyonce’s If I Were A Boy.