An Ontario driver has been charged by provincial police after a parrot was spotted loose inside the vehicle.OPP located the vehicle on Perth Road 119 around 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 8, following reports of a large bird flying inside the car.Officers found a large parrot on the driver’s shoulder.The driver was charged with a section of the Highway Traffic Act that forbids crowding the driver’s seat.The charge comes with a minimum fine of $110.Provincial police are reminding drivers that distractions or impediments of any kind can shift focus from the road and increase the risk of a collision.
A police manhunt is underway after three bodies were found at the bottom of chalk cliffs in Sussex.Emergency services, including the police, coastguard and lifeboat crews are scouring the coastline around Beachy Head near Brighton for a missing fourth person.Officers were first called to the area at around 3.30pm and have been working through the evening in the hope of tracing all those that were deemed missing, according to reports.Over 300,000 people visit the famous chalk headlands every year, which are home to the highest chalk cliffs in Britain at over 500ft. A Sussex Police spokesman told the Mirror the department had been in the area all day.The coroner’s officer is also at the scene. Coastguard helicopter was at beachy head earlier for over an hour. Sadly 3 bodies recovered and searching for a 4th. Sad times pic.twitter.com/QKL1lFkFzJ— Michael Finnigan (@restoman1978) 13 June 2018 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.