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Fast food and easy pickings have wooed a new set of visitors to Belfast city centre.

 

Commuters call it the season of the divebombing gull.

 

In city car parks, mother gulls, anxious to protect their young, swoop, then defecate on their victims' heads.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/5037040.stm

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Fast food and easy pickings have wooed a new set of visitors to Belfast city centre.

 

Commuters call it the season of the divebombing gull.

 

In city car parks, mother gulls, anxious to protect their young, swoop, then defecate on their victims' heads.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/5037040.stm

 

"But the city council says it is nature's way. These mothers are protecting their babies, it is not a widespread problem and the public should just steer clear. "

 

or wear really big sombrero (hats) and maybe a poncho ! :blink::lol:

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My wife saw "The Birds" when she was far too young. She's had a horrid fear of the feathered creatures ever since.

You can't imagine her terror when one day a few years back, a seagull actually landed on her head, bent over and pulled a cookie out of her mouth! Luckily the thing was wicked swift about it but she was still rather unhappy about the incident to say the least.

Actually, fear or not, I doubt anyone would have really enjoyed the experience.....

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