EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Police say an Oregon man angry with his tax situation left a flock of seven chickens inside the state revenue office.
Police in Eugene said in a news release they responded to a report Wednesday afternoon of chickens left in the lobby of the Oregon Department of Revenue.
Police and an animal welfare officer rounded up the fowl, and they were taken to an animal shelter.
Officers gave 66-year-old Louis Adler, of Creswell, a trespass notice requiring him to stay away from the office or risk a citation.
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The Register-Guard reports (http://goo.gl/7nNAXh ) no people or animals were injured.
Adler couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.
State agency spokesman Derrick Gasperini told the Guard the staff had prior dealings with Adler and he was “frustrated by the outcome.”
Information from: The Register-Guard, http://www.registerguard.com