PENN HILLS, Pa. — A wild turkey apparently flew into an Eat’n Park restaurant on — of all days — Thanksgiving.
The 15-pound turkey was found among a pile of shattered glass on the carpet near some booth tables around 3 p.m.
Nobody was inside the restaurant on Frankstown Road, which was closed for the holiday.
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Ouch. The irony was too good not to share. Wild turkeys are very common around these parts (near Pittsburgh, PA). But not many people catch and eat them, preferring the frozen ones in supermarkets all ready-to-cook. Here was a freebee, sacrificing himself for the holiday.