Watch This Crazed Pigeon Stalk and Attack Customers in a Parking Garage

Imagine you're walking along minding your own business when suddenly, a pigeon attacks!

A frantic feathered fiasco was all captured on surveillance video, as Diane Daniels, who is terrified of birds, found herself in a real-life scene from the legendary Hitchcock film The Birds.

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She told INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney, "Oh my God, it wouldn't let me go! I had to swing my bag."

McInerney asked, "Why do you think this pigeon was so aggressive?"

"I think she had a nest there, it looked like she was guarding something," said Daniels. 

She tried walking away, but the pigeon was relentless! No matter how hard she swung her handbag, the bird kept coming at her in a parking garage in New Rochelle, New York.

Earlier, a guy dodged the dive-bombing bird, and this kid ducked to avoid being hit. But here's where Daniels was unique, she actually spoke to the bird, in pigeon English, if you will.

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McInerney asked, "What exactly did you say to this pigeon?"

She answered, "Go away now,! Go away now! Please, go away now!" 

Daniels returned to the scene of the crime and the pigeon swooped down on her again!

She said, “I don't like this!!”

The lesson? When you see a pigeon in a parking garage, give him their space! 

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