The RSPCA is appealing for information after an emu was seen at a golf course in Maesycwmmer, near Caerphilly. Golfers reported sightings on Sunday, and people were feeding the bird - which is native to Australia and second in size only to the ostrich - with sandwiches.
RSPCA officer Sophie Daniels said: "I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw the emu! The bird came over to feed from me but as soon as I tried to capture her, she kicked so hard I had to let her go. We have advised Animal Health and hope that the emu will be caught later today.”
More top news
A worker at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil who stole NHS property and then sold it on eBay is given suspended jail sentence.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland has warned his players not to be lured into complacency by England's injury crisis.
A village is up in arms over a new BT installation which obliterates the view of a newly built war memorial.