2006_07_foghorn.jpgWe've heard of 'roid rage and road rage, but who knew there was a rooster rage (outside of a farm, at least). The ASPCA responded to a call about a headless rooster on the fire escape of an Inwood apartment building, and found out that 52 year old Humberto Rodriguez had bit his pet rooster's head and broke its wings. Rodriguez said he got mad because the rooster attacked his pet baby pigeons. OF COURSE that's why you'd bite a rooster's head - because different kinds of fowl love coexisting in the same apartment. Rodriguez was arrested and could face jail time. And in case you were wondering, yes, it is illegal to keep a rooster in your apartment (pet pigeons, we're not so sure).