MLB player says neighborhood overrun by turkeys

Todd Frazier posted a photo on Twitter of turkeys all over his car as he says his Toms River, New Jersey, neighborhood is being terrorized by turkeys.
2:14 | 11/12/19

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Back now with those Turkeys taking over a neighborhood in New Jersey. Now a major league baseball player is calling for action concerned for his children's safety. Gio Benitez is there in Toms river with that story. Good morning, gio. Reporter: Hey, robin. Good morning, it's like a real-life game of angry bird. 60 wild Turkeys roaming the streets in the neighborhood with reports of them breaking windows, even attacking people who try to shoo them away. Turkeys in the driveway blocking traffic, scratching cars and chasing residents. This Thanksgiving when Turkeys are on the menu apparently they fight back. They are all over the place. There are a massive amount. Reporter: Residents say the gangs of Turkeys traveling together from house to house are trieding one neighborhood in Toms river, New Jersey. We have them on the roof, they're pecking at our roofs. Our brand-new vehicle, they're pecking at our vehicles. Reporter: One of the residents crying foul is major league baseball star Todd Frazier. We got attacked by a couple of them a year ago, you know, I have three young kids and that's basically all I'm worried about and that's basically all our neighborhood is worried were. Reporter: He ranted about his Turkey troubles on Twitter posting this photo of them all over his car. We need all the help we can get. Reporter: It's not the first city overrun by these big birds. We saw a Turkey problem in California's bay area over the past few years and in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, one man even filmed himself being attacked. But what can animal control do in Toms river, New Jersey? Apparently not a whole lot. We are not licensed to trap, relocate or use the word harass the Turkeys or any wildlife for that matter that's a nuisance. Reporter: So Todd Frazier has been calling on governor Phil Murphy to help them out and the governor's office wrote to me saying they're aware of the situation and they're working with the state's department of environmental protection to sort this all out and, guy, we hope they do. Yes, we do, gio. You take care. Be angry too if I was a Turkey and Thanksgiving is coming up. Coming up, what is a sweet surprise?

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