Saturday, July 9, 2016
Stepping out of your front door and seeing last night’s spaghetti bolognaise and other waste strewn over the entire street can mean only one thing, our seaside villain Mr Seagull has paid yet another visit.
Unfortunately, it’s becoming a regular scene for those of us residing in coastal areas or crowded inner cities. According to an RSPCA report the population of urban gulls has quadrupled in the last 15 years and as their numbers increase so does their tenacity. In recent years spates of seagull attacks have been hitting the headlines and harassed Britons are demanding that councils get rid of the nuisance birds. Continue reading