One day, Isaac Sherring-Tito from Katoomba, NSW, Australia saw something spiky and metal falling from above.
When he looked up to see what it was, he saw a white cockatoo tearing up the anti-bird spikes so it could walk freely.
Like most of us would, Isaac immediately took out his phone and began to record the clever, yet angry bird making its way along the ledge, ripping apart each section of the spikes.
It was almost like the bird was performing a very conscious act of rebellion as it was throwing the spikes to the ground when it was done ripping it up.
Wild cockatoos are native to Australia as well as some parts of Asia.
These adorable birds can live up to 60 years old and the oldest ever in captivity lived to 83 years old.
Like all parrots, these birds have two toes that point forward and two backwards. This gives them the ability to use their feet just like we use out hands.
This makes them great climbers… or destroyers.
Watch the bird in action below
Turns out, this particular cockatoo is kind of a local celebrity