A judge late Wednesday afternoon ordered an Aurora, Ill., man to let a city-hired crew remove hundreds of birds from his home.
Police served David Skeberdis with the order shortly after 6 p.m. He said he wanted to do the cleanup on his own because he couldn't afford the $13,000 the city would charge to capture the birds, but the judge overruled him.
"I feel bad about causing such a circus for them. I mean, I wish I would have had a little bit more control," said Skeberdis.
The homeowner estimated he has 80 birds, but Aurora police estimated there may be as many as 200 birds in the basement and approximately 100 birds between the first and second floors.
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