Police were called to an apartment building in Wisconsin when a wild turkey crashed through a second story window.

The Wausau Police Department shared body camera footage of police equipped with gloves and nets to capture the bird.

In the video, the wild turkey is seen running around the apartment and attempting to fly, but after a few tries officers were able to capture the bird and release it outside unharmed.

Resident of Doris Madden Apartment Told WSAW that she became suspicious when she first saw the broken window on August 5.

“We had no idea what caused it, or if anyone was even home,” Madden told the outlet.

Madden called the apartment manager, who then asked maintenance to check on the situation, according to WSAW.

“When he opened the door, there is the turkey. And so he thought, ‘I’m not going to try to catch that thing.’ So he called the police station for animal control,” Madden told WSAW.

“Often the first response to any call, including animal calls, are our patrol officers. They just have to try to do the best they can with the information they have and the equipment they have,” Wausau Police Department Patrol Captain Todd Baeten told WSAW.

Madden told WSAW the whole building has been “talking turkey” since the incident.

“I think it’s kind of funny. I’m just glad it’s not my apartment,” she told the outlet.

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