Chloe Ferry fuming as taxi driver bails on helping her get hurt pigeon to safety

Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry was left ‘hurt’ on Friday night when a taxi driver failed to help her get an injured pigeon to safety.

The 24-year-old was enjoying a night out with pals when she took to Instagram to share footage of the poorly bird.

‘I’ve come out tonight and something has really hurt us, this pigeon is injured so I physically rang the taxi service to pick the pigeon up and take it to my friend’s house, my mum’s friend’s house, she looks after birds,’ she explained to fans.

‘Her name is Tracy and she is amazing,’ she added – of her friends, not the bird – before revealing her new winged friend would be getting a taxi straight to Tracy’s.

But sadly, it wasn’t to be as Chloe later updated followers to reveal that the taxi driver refused to take the pigeon to safety.

‘Update on the f***ing pigeon,’ she said, ‘I got the girl who looks after the birds to ring the taxi driver and warn the driver there was a pigeon coming in the car.’

But the warning wasn’t enough, as Chloe was soon to learn: ‘So I went to go and meet the driver about the pigeon and I went “are you here to pick the pigeon up?” and he went “what f***ing pigeon?” and I said, “the pigeon I called you about”, and he said “is it in a box?”

‘And I said “no it’s injured!” and so we’re back to square one as the taxi driver has f***ed off so I have no one to pick the pigeon up.’

Chloe has yet to reveal if she found a safe home for the pigeon or an update on his condition.

Her Friday night out came a day after the professional party girl appeared to let a charity night out get too much even for a Geordie Shore star.

The reality star made an appearance at the Elbrook Cash and Carry charity dinner but looked all partied out as she left Chak89 restaurant in Mitchim a tad worse for wear.

We have all been there.

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