Chico the parrot with owner Joyce Greenslade from Cullompton in Devon. A depressed parrot who began attacking its owner's husband in fits of jealousy is no longer in a flap after it was cured - with a course of bird Prozac. Chico the blue-fronted Amazon regularly flew into a rage whenever Stephen Greenslade, 43, went near his wife Joyce, 55. The couple had bought the parrot but the bird began to treat Joyce as its partner and attacked her hubbie whenever he came in the room. Chico would swoop down and peck at him with its claws as well as flapping its wings and letting out a loud parrot 'scream' as a warning. The couple took their beloved pet to a vet who referred her to parrot 'shrink' - who diagnosed Chico with depression. Chico's previous owners gave her up when they divorced and experts believe the bird may have become traumatised by their constant rowing. Vets then administered a course of the anti-depressant Haloperido, the bird equivalent of the human mood drug Prozac.