A ritzy Florida vacation house owned by a New York couple lost some of its opulence as a flock of black vultures overran the place, vomiting and pooping everywhere, The Palm Beach Post reported.
More than a dozen carrion birds managed to shatter screen enclosures around the swimming pool and the barbecue area and get inside, wreaking havoc.
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A family bought a vacation home in a luxurious West Palm Beach community.
Little did they know it would be attacked by hundreds of vomiting vultures. Yes, vomiting vultures.
The owners of the house, the Casimano family, were forced to park their car in the garage for fear the birds could peck them. According to Siobhan Casimano, the house smelled "like a thousand rotting corpses".
As it turned out, the birds may have entered the property because of the Casimano's neighbour, who is said to be excessively feeding wildlife, including the vultures, despite having been warned on multiple occasions not to do so.
However, according to the neighbourhood association president, little can be done because the vultures, being migratory birds, are protected by federal law.