Video: Red-card parrot talks to WHT

PUBLISHED: 17:20 22 January 2009 | UPDATED: 21:54 26 October 2009

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MEET Me-Tuu, the parrot that made national headlines after being sent off at a football match. Mee-Tuu was on the sidelines with his owner Irene Kerrigan, 66, for the game between Hertford Heath and Hatfield Town on Saturday, when he started imitating

MEET Me-Tuu, the parrot that made national headlines after being sent off at a football match.

Mee-Tuu was on the sidelines with his owner Irene Kerrigan, 66, for the game between Hertford Heath and Hatfield Town on Saturday, when he started imitating the referee's whistle.

The WHT went to meet the 9-year-old Senegalese bird, to see if he would recreate his moment of glory.

Me-Tuu was a little camera shy, preferring to listening to our whistle rather than echo it.

But eventually, he gave the trademark high-pitch squawk that led to his dismissal at the weekend.

And he was even polite enough to bid us goodbye. After a quick whistle, Me-Tuu said: "See you later.

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