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Woman is left terrified as her home is besieged by magpies who steal her dog’s food

Agressive magpies terrorise woman in her own home after besieging her living room and eating her dog’s food

  •  Rachel Dalgiesh came home to find a flock of magpies had invaded in her home
  •  Footage shows her fleeing in fear from the property as the fly around the roof
  •  Entered home via dog door to steal dog food, as breeding season is set to start

Woman has been left terrified after her home was besieged by magpies who steal her dog’s food and leave droppings everywhere. 

Rachel Dalgiesh, says the birds have taken up residence in her Inala home, in Brisbane’s north. 

The flock is believed to have sneaked in through the dog door designed for Rachel’s pet husky, Louie, before they began snacking on his food and leaving droppings throughout the house.

Terrifying home footage shows the birds sweeping through Ms Dalgiesh’s living room as she walks through the door. 

Panic-stricken, the young woman screams and quickly exits. 

A second bird also start flying around the room before both retreat back into the kitchen.  

Ms Dalgiesh told Seven News, that the event was particularly frightening as she has been scared of the territorial birds since a traumatic encounter when she was 12-years-old. 

‘It was staring at me straight in the eye, and I turned around and my knee went, crack, straight into a doorway.’ 

‘It’s just stuck with me forever,’ she said. 

Rachel Dalgiesh, says the birds have taken up residence in her Inala home, in Brisbane’s north 

Since the horrifying home invasion, Ms Dalgiesh told Seven News that she is now considering placing the dog food outside. 

The unwelcome visit comes as magpie breeding season begins, meaning the birds will take to the sky to protect their young. 

Since the horrifying home invasion, Ms Dalgiesh told Seven News that she is now considering placing the dog food outside

 Since the horrifying home invasion, Ms Dalgiesh told Seven News that she is now considering placing the dog food outside

 

 

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