An angry peacock recently discovered its own worst enemy... a reflection of itself on the shiny surface of a car in Singapore
First, it observed its reflection
Then, it proceeded to flap its feathers angrily while leaving scratches on the car with its claws
Here's the aftermath:
Turns out this isn't the first time peacocks have felt threatened by their own reflections on cars
Mothership noted that a peacock had attacked and chased a taxi in Singapore Zoo several years ago.
In 2015, BBC also reported that peacocks had scratched and pecked at the paint on cars at a village in the UK.
A resident explained that the birds scratched her Audi "because it's mating season and they think the reflection is another bird which it's jealous of".
The same thing happened in Surrey, England in 2018.
According to CBS News, peacocks had attacked dark-coloured vehicles where they could see their reflection clearly, mistaking themselves for other birds.
They ended up leaving scratches all over residents' vehicles.