By Ian Hughes
The lost bird - nicknamed Eddie - was spotted by shocked residents in Beighton, Sheffield, as they were getting ready for work and school
Ross Parry / SWNS
An emu has gone on the loose in Sheffield, with shocked commuters spotting the giant bird as they made their way to work.
The lost bird - nicknamed Eddie - was seen wandering in and out of residents' driveways in Beighton, Sheffield, around 8.30am yesterday morning.
Police called to the scene rang local farms and animal attractions in a bid to trace the owner - and took to Twitter to ask for help.
Mum-of-four Tilly Newton, 44, told the Sheffield Star: “I looked outside this morning and saw the emu in my neighbour’s garden and him filming it.