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Doughnut-snatching seagull caught on camera

The Argus: Doughnut snatching seagull caught on camera Doughnut snatching seagull caught on camera

This naughty seagull stuck its beak into an unsuspecting woman’s bag of snacks.

Jennie Dack from Brighton was strolling along Brighton seafront when the plucky seagull swooped on her snack and made away with a doughnut she had bought from Palace Pier.

The unsuspecting Mrs Dack was taken completely by surprise.

She said: “I was walking with some hot doughnuts when I felt a rush of air over my shoulder.

“The cheeky thing swooped down and took my doughnut.

“But I won’t hold anything against the cheeky thief. I love herring gulls.”

Her other half, photographer at The Argus Simon Dack, was on hand to capture the moment.

While some might see seagulls as a pest, it could not be further from the truth for the Dack family.

Mr Dack said: “She really does like her seagulls but one day I’m sure she’ll regret it.

“She did let out a screech as this thing swooped down, and if there’s one thing Mrs Dack doesn’t like – it’s having her doughnuts pinched.”

Their love for seagulls stems from Fred the friendly herring gull, who is so at home in the gardens of Attree Drive, Brighton, that he will nowhappily be fed by hand and even mixes with cats and dogs.

Mr Dack said: “He’s a bit of a personality and very friendly – he will come and sit with you in the garden. He also hops from one garden to the other.

“Our next-door-neighbour Jane has known him for more than 30 years.

“She started calling him Fred some time ago and the name stuck.”

Mr Dack has lived in Attree Drive, near Queens Park, for 27 years.

Fred has been there the whole time, although the Dack family has only got to know him over the last ten years.

The European herring gull (larus argentatus) is a large gull (up to 26 in (66 cm) long). Some migrate south in the winter but many stay put in the British Isles all year round.

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9:01am Thu 3 Jul 14

matlock says...

Feeding seagulls is no different to feeding rats.
Feeding seagulls is no different to feeding rats. matlock
  • Score: -9

9:14am Thu 3 Jul 14

spa301 says...

matlock wrote:
Feeding seagulls is no different to feeding rats.
You feed both then I presume?
[quote][p][bold]matlock[/bold] wrote: Feeding seagulls is no different to feeding rats.[/p][/quote]You feed both then I presume? spa301
  • Score: 7

9:16am Thu 3 Jul 14

woodcroft says...

He also takes pictures of Seagulls at the AMEX !!
He also takes pictures of Seagulls at the AMEX !! woodcroft
  • Score: 1

9:18am Thu 3 Jul 14

IratusFurcifer says...

Doesn't look very unsuspected to me. Looks positively suspected what with Mrs Dack holding a donut away from her face, above her shoulder and tilting sideways with an uncomfortable look .......

There are plenty more interesting things in Brighton that could be used to fill column space. An opportunity to showcase some fabulous skilled photography even.........from a career point of view.........perhaps
?
Sorry if that's a bit harsh but even I can think of more creative ways of filling column space.
Doesn't look very unsuspected to me. Looks positively suspected what with Mrs Dack holding a donut away from her face, above her shoulder and tilting sideways with an uncomfortable look ....... There are plenty more interesting things in Brighton that could be used to fill column space. An opportunity to showcase some fabulous skilled photography even.........from a career point of view.........perhaps ? Sorry if that's a bit harsh but even I can think of more creative ways of filling column space. IratusFurcifer
  • Score: 58

9:20am Thu 3 Jul 14

IratusFurcifer says...

IratusFurcifer wrote:
Doesn't look very unsuspected to me. Looks positively suspected what with Mrs Dack holding a donut away from her face, above her shoulder and tilting sideways with an uncomfortable look .......

There are plenty more interesting things in Brighton that could be used to fill column space. An opportunity to showcase some fabulous skilled photography even.........from a career point of view.........perhaps

?
Sorry if that's a bit harsh but even I can think of more creative ways of filling column space.
I am in need of a creative job.......any takers?
[quote][p][bold]IratusFurcifer[/bold] wrote: Doesn't look very unsuspected to me. Looks positively suspected what with Mrs Dack holding a donut away from her face, above her shoulder and tilting sideways with an uncomfortable look ....... There are plenty more interesting things in Brighton that could be used to fill column space. An opportunity to showcase some fabulous skilled photography even.........from a career point of view.........perhaps ? Sorry if that's a bit harsh but even I can think of more creative ways of filling column space.[/p][/quote]I am in need of a creative job.......any takers? IratusFurcifer
  • Score: 10

9:37am Thu 3 Jul 14

BURIRAM says...

I love seagulls to with roast potatoes and carrots
I love seagulls to with roast potatoes and carrots BURIRAM
  • Score: -6

9:53am Thu 3 Jul 14

Brighton_Toffee says...

Is this the same Jenny Dack who had a photo of her posted online feeding a seagull in her back garden in June 2014? http://www.alamy.com
/stock-photo-E1RWBB/
Woman-feeding-Herrin
g-Gull-seagull-by-ha
nd-in-back-garden-Br
ighton.html
Photo (c) Simon Dack
Is this the same Jenny Dack who had a photo of her posted online feeding a seagull in her back garden in June 2014? http://www.alamy.com /stock-photo-E1RWBB/ Woman-feeding-Herrin g-Gull-seagull-by-ha nd-in-back-garden-Br ighton.html Photo (c) Simon Dack Brighton_Toffee
  • Score: 26

9:54am Thu 3 Jul 14

chrismilo says...

Protected vermin time they were culled there a menace.
I too have been the victim of loosing Food on the beach having a picnic seen others loose Food too. Prefer pigeons anytime
Protected vermin time they were culled there a menace. I too have been the victim of loosing Food on the beach having a picnic seen others loose Food too. Prefer pigeons anytime chrismilo
  • Score: -8

9:55am Thu 3 Jul 14

Brighton_Toffee says...

Brighton_Toffee wrote:
Is this the same Jenny Dack who had a photo of her posted online feeding a seagull in her back garden in June 2014? http://www.alamy.com

/stock-photo-E1RWBB/

Woman-feeding-Herrin

g-Gull-seagull-by-ha

nd-in-back-garden-Br

ighton.html
Photo (c) Simon Dack
Obviously, if I'd bothered to read the whole article rather than be put off by the obviously staged accompanying photos, I would have seen that it is the same lady *blush*
[quote][p][bold]Brighton_Toffee[/bold] wrote: Is this the same Jenny Dack who had a photo of her posted online feeding a seagull in her back garden in June 2014? http://www.alamy.com /stock-photo-E1RWBB/ Woman-feeding-Herrin g-Gull-seagull-by-ha nd-in-back-garden-Br ighton.html Photo (c) Simon Dack[/p][/quote]Obviously, if I'd bothered to read the whole article rather than be put off by the obviously staged accompanying photos, I would have seen that it is the same lady *blush* Brighton_Toffee
  • Score: 10

10:01am Thu 3 Jul 14

applecore says...

Brighton_Toffee wrote:
Brighton_Toffee wrote:
Is this the same Jenny Dack who had a photo of her posted online feeding a seagull in her back garden in June 2014? http://www.alamy.com


/stock-photo-E1RWBB/


Woman-feeding-Herrin


g-Gull-seagull-by-ha


nd-in-back-garden-Br


ighton.html
Photo (c) Simon Dack
Obviously, if I'd bothered to read the whole article rather than be put off by the obviously staged accompanying photos, I would have seen that it is the same lady *blush*
I was laughing at how obviously staged the pictures were. I find if you get your wife to stand there holding baked goods in front of ten thousand seagulls, they will oblige.
Perhaps tomorrow you could push someone in front of a car Mr Dack, and be on hand to photograph the aftermath?
Just a thought...
[quote][p][bold]Brighton_Toffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brighton_Toffee[/bold] wrote: Is this the same Jenny Dack who had a photo of her posted online feeding a seagull in her back garden in June 2014? http://www.alamy.com /stock-photo-E1RWBB/ Woman-feeding-Herrin g-Gull-seagull-by-ha nd-in-back-garden-Br ighton.html Photo (c) Simon Dack[/p][/quote]Obviously, if I'd bothered to read the whole article rather than be put off by the obviously staged accompanying photos, I would have seen that it is the same lady *blush*[/p][/quote]I was laughing at how obviously staged the pictures were. I find if you get your wife to stand there holding baked goods in front of ten thousand seagulls, they will oblige. Perhaps tomorrow you could push someone in front of a car Mr Dack, and be on hand to photograph the aftermath? Just a thought... applecore
  • Score: 35

10:35am Thu 3 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

What happened to the doughnut in her right hand?

It's not there in the final picture. That is the one the gull took, the one she was offering.

Pathetic, Mr Dack.........you might have got away with it by only using the middle picture.
What happened to the doughnut in her right hand? It's not there in the final picture. That is the one the gull took, the one she was offering. Pathetic, Mr Dack.........you might have got away with it by only using the middle picture. stevo!!
  • Score: 12

10:54am Thu 3 Jul 14

wicket5 says...

stevo!! wrote:
What happened to the doughnut in her right hand?

It's not there in the final picture. That is the one the gull took, the one she was offering.

Pathetic, Mr Dack.........you might have got away with it by only using the middle picture.
Its in its beak in the second picture
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: What happened to the doughnut in her right hand? It's not there in the final picture. That is the one the gull took, the one she was offering. Pathetic, Mr Dack.........you might have got away with it by only using the middle picture.[/p][/quote]Its in its beak in the second picture wicket5
  • Score: 1

11:04am Thu 3 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

wicket5 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
What happened to the doughnut in her right hand?

It's not there in the final picture. That is the one the gull took, the one she was offering.

Pathetic, Mr Dack.........you might have got away with it by only using the middle picture.
Its in its beak in the second picture
I know....that's what I said.

It's not there in her right hand in the final picture, because it's the one the gull took.
[quote][p][bold]wicket5[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: What happened to the doughnut in her right hand? It's not there in the final picture. That is the one the gull took, the one she was offering. Pathetic, Mr Dack.........you might have got away with it by only using the middle picture.[/p][/quote]Its in its beak in the second picture[/p][/quote]I know....that's what I said. It's not there in her right hand in the final picture, because it's the one the gull took. stevo!!
  • Score: -6

11:08am Thu 3 Jul 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

Completely staged and set up.

Not good Argus - try employing people who actually take good photos of more interesting things.

Anyone can come to Brighton and feed a seagull. I've got one who comes to my back garden regularly for some left over cat food or the dogs left over meat.
Completely staged and set up. Not good Argus - try employing people who actually take good photos of more interesting things. Anyone can come to Brighton and feed a seagull. I've got one who comes to my back garden regularly for some left over cat food or the dogs left over meat. getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: 14

11:26am Thu 3 Jul 14

wibblewibble says...

its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier
its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier wibblewibble
  • Score: 21

12:06pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Brighton_Toffee says...

wibblewibble wrote:
its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier
It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background
[quote][p][bold]wibblewibble[/bold] wrote: its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier[/p][/quote]It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background Brighton_Toffee
  • Score: 7

12:38pm Thu 3 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Brighton_Toffee wrote:
wibblewibble wrote:
its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier
It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background
Mr Dack appears to have used some form of camera effect for the third image, as there is no way he had time to relocate in that split-second.
[quote][p][bold]Brighton_Toffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wibblewibble[/bold] wrote: its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier[/p][/quote]It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background[/p][/quote]Mr Dack appears to have used some form of camera effect for the third image, as there is no way he had time to relocate in that split-second. stevo!!
  • Score: -4

2:00pm Thu 3 Jul 14

NickBrt says...

This is amazing. Such ground breaking news. I have never heard of a seagull nicking food before, specially when it's been guarded so well by the human - NOT!
This is amazing. Such ground breaking news. I have never heard of a seagull nicking food before, specially when it's been guarded so well by the human - NOT! NickBrt
  • Score: 8

3:04pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Jules boy says...

Unsuspecting woman? I don't think so, as if you would hold your doughnut like she does which is suggesting its feeding time to any seagull, conveniently her other half was at hand to capture the moment? "sure dear i'll just walk backwards a few yards ahead of you - just in case something unsuspecting might happen". Are we really that desperate for news? Rather have true stories than pure fabrication like this.
Unsuspecting woman? I don't think so, as if you would hold your doughnut like she does which is suggesting its feeding time to any seagull, conveniently her other half was at hand to capture the moment? "sure dear i'll just walk backwards a few yards ahead of you - just in case something unsuspecting might happen". Are we really that desperate for news? Rather have true stories than pure fabrication like this. Jules boy
  • Score: 12

3:15pm Thu 3 Jul 14

truescouser says...

There's only one thing I feel I can say about this story, and that's:

seaaaaaaaaaa-GULLLLL
LLLLLS !! seaaaaaaaaaaa-GULLLL
LLLLLLLLLS !!

ha
There's only one thing I feel I can say about this story, and that's: seaaaaaaaaaa-GULLLLL LLLLLS !! seaaaaaaaaaaa-GULLLL LLLLLLLLLS !! ha truescouser
  • Score: -3

6:07pm Thu 3 Jul 14

John Steed says...

a naughty seagull, what a daft comment. the flying rat was doing one of the three things it does successfully., scavenge for food, the others, breed & cover the world below its backside with you know what, cull these things instead of badgers,
a naughty seagull, what a daft comment. the flying rat was doing one of the three things it does successfully., scavenge for food, the others, breed & cover the world below its backside with you know what, cull these things instead of badgers, John Steed
  • Score: 4

8:06pm Thu 3 Jul 14

tez1959 says...

shame the thing didnt choke on it cull em disgusting flying rats that s..t everywhere and ruing peoples cars and properties
shame the thing didnt choke on it cull em disgusting flying rats that s..t everywhere and ruing peoples cars and properties tez1959
  • Score: -1

10:01pm Thu 3 Jul 14

worthingite says...

'The unsuspecting Mrs Dack was taken completely by surprise' lol
'The unsuspecting Mrs Dack was taken completely by surprise' lol worthingite
  • Score: 7

10:27pm Thu 3 Jul 14

P.G says...

Time to stop buying this crappy paper from Southampton!
Time to stop buying this crappy paper from Southampton! P.G
  • Score: 10

10:37pm Thu 3 Jul 14

wippasnapper says...

People keep telling me if ya dote like the seagulls move somewhere else i.e. we live by the sea and so do seagulls… well yes that’s true I’ve lived hear 53 years all my life and in the last ten years seagulls have got more dearing and aggressive in there attempts to take what your eating… some say its our own fort for leaving food everywhere NO what it is. Is seagulls like humans have a brain they learn by watching use and other seagulls ripping rubbish sacks open and making a mess like a three year old but ha why eat from a bin when you can get it fresh right from there hands yes we seagulls may scare the living daylights out of you we may even accidently cut you with our sharp beaks et but the people living by the sea dote mind because they love the disease riddled flying rats o sorry seagulls – I’ve said it before 1-yeast, 2, bread, three rap the yeast up in the bread, four toss it to the hungry buggers they will gulp it down like its there last meal but be warned to much yeast in a worm oven can EXPLODE i.e. big fat beard flying through the sky o’ sorry it was an exploding beard – ok reality they should be reduced in there numbers to help prevent injury o’ sod it feed em yeast.
People keep telling me if ya dote like the seagulls move somewhere else i.e. we live by the sea and so do seagulls… well yes that’s true I’ve lived hear 53 years all my life and in the last ten years seagulls have got more dearing and aggressive in there attempts to take what your eating… some say its our own fort for leaving food everywhere NO what it is. Is seagulls like humans have a brain they learn by watching use and other seagulls ripping rubbish sacks open and making a mess like a three year old but ha why eat from a bin when you can get it fresh right from there hands yes we seagulls may scare the living daylights out of you we may even accidently cut you with our sharp beaks et but the people living by the sea dote mind because they love the disease riddled flying rats o sorry seagulls – I’ve said it before 1-yeast, 2, bread, three rap the yeast up in the bread, four toss it to the hungry buggers they will gulp it down like its there last meal but be warned to much yeast in a worm oven can EXPLODE i.e. big fat beard flying through the sky o’ sorry it was an exploding beard – ok reality they should be reduced in there numbers to help prevent injury o’ sod it feed em yeast. wippasnapper
  • Score: 0

11:49pm Thu 3 Jul 14

MasonStorm says...

wippasnapper wrote:
People keep telling me if ya dote like the seagulls move somewhere else i.e. we live by the sea and so do seagulls… well yes that’s true I’ve lived hear 53 years all my life and in the last ten years seagulls have got more dearing and aggressive in there attempts to take what your eating… some say its our own fort for leaving food everywhere NO what it is. Is seagulls like humans have a brain they learn by watching use and other seagulls ripping rubbish sacks open and making a mess like a three year old but ha why eat from a bin when you can get it fresh right from there hands yes we seagulls may scare the living daylights out of you we may even accidently cut you with our sharp beaks et but the people living by the sea dote mind because they love the disease riddled flying rats o sorry seagulls – I’ve said it before 1-yeast, 2, bread, three rap the yeast up in the bread, four toss it to the hungry buggers they will gulp it down like its there last meal but be warned to much yeast in a worm oven can EXPLODE i.e. big fat beard flying through the sky o’ sorry it was an exploding beard – ok reality they should be reduced in there numbers to help prevent injury o’ sod it feed em yeast.
Good advice.
[quote][p][bold]wippasnapper[/bold] wrote: People keep telling me if ya dote like the seagulls move somewhere else i.e. we live by the sea and so do seagulls… well yes that’s true I’ve lived hear 53 years all my life and in the last ten years seagulls have got more dearing and aggressive in there attempts to take what your eating… some say its our own fort for leaving food everywhere NO what it is. Is seagulls like humans have a brain they learn by watching use and other seagulls ripping rubbish sacks open and making a mess like a three year old but ha why eat from a bin when you can get it fresh right from there hands yes we seagulls may scare the living daylights out of you we may even accidently cut you with our sharp beaks et but the people living by the sea dote mind because they love the disease riddled flying rats o sorry seagulls – I’ve said it before 1-yeast, 2, bread, three rap the yeast up in the bread, four toss it to the hungry buggers they will gulp it down like its there last meal but be warned to much yeast in a worm oven can EXPLODE i.e. big fat beard flying through the sky o’ sorry it was an exploding beard – ok reality they should be reduced in there numbers to help prevent injury o’ sod it feed em yeast.[/p][/quote]Good advice. MasonStorm
  • Score: 2

7:45am Fri 4 Jul 14

Juleyanne says...

Give me Herring Gulls everytime rather than nasty troll humans!
Give me Herring Gulls everytime rather than nasty troll humans! Juleyanne
  • Score: -5

10:11am Fri 4 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Juleyanne wrote:
Give me Herring Gulls everytime rather than nasty troll humans!
How do you define a troll?

If it's someone who holds an opposing view to yours and is able to state why they hold it, that isn't the correct definition.
[quote][p][bold]Juleyanne[/bold] wrote: Give me Herring Gulls everytime rather than nasty troll humans![/p][/quote]How do you define a troll? If it's someone who holds an opposing view to yours and is able to state why they hold it, that isn't the correct definition. stevo!!
  • Score: -2

10:11am Fri 4 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Juleyanne wrote:
Give me Herring Gulls everytime rather than nasty troll humans!
How do you define a troll?

If it's someone who holds an opposing view to yours and is able to state why they hold it, that isn't the correct definition.
[quote][p][bold]Juleyanne[/bold] wrote: Give me Herring Gulls everytime rather than nasty troll humans![/p][/quote]How do you define a troll? If it's someone who holds an opposing view to yours and is able to state why they hold it, that isn't the correct definition. stevo!!
  • Score: -1

11:36am Fri 4 Jul 14

PracticeNotTheories says...

Most councils along the coast fine people for feeding gulls to disrupt their food source. This woman was obviously enticing this 'attack', and should be taken to task for this. Pity it wasn't Suffolk, as could have landed her £2500 fine (might dissuade them from producing this drivel in the way of a story too...)
Most councils along the coast fine people for feeding gulls to disrupt their food source. This woman was obviously enticing this 'attack', and should be taken to task for this. Pity it wasn't Suffolk, as could have landed her £2500 fine (might dissuade them from producing this drivel in the way of a story too...) PracticeNotTheories
  • Score: 11

11:18pm Fri 4 Jul 14

KarenT says...

BURIRAM wrote:
I love seagulls to with roast potatoes and carrots
Hillbillies eat just about anything they can catch I guess.
[quote][p][bold]BURIRAM[/bold] wrote: I love seagulls to with roast potatoes and carrots[/p][/quote]Hillbillies eat just about anything they can catch I guess. KarenT
  • Score: -5

12:55pm Sat 5 Jul 14

Hovite says...

stevo!! wrote:
Brighton_Toffee wrote:
wibblewibble wrote:
its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier
It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background
Mr Dack appears to have used some form of camera effect for the third image, as there is no way he had time to relocate in that split-second.
Yep, and where have those four people walking westwards disappeared to.
Another cheap made up, deceptive and pointless story by the Argus. What will be next, an Argus billboard spotted on the moon?
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brighton_Toffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wibblewibble[/bold] wrote: its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier[/p][/quote]It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background[/p][/quote]Mr Dack appears to have used some form of camera effect for the third image, as there is no way he had time to relocate in that split-second.[/p][/quote]Yep, and where have those four people walking westwards disappeared to. Another cheap made up, deceptive and pointless story by the Argus. What will be next, an Argus billboard spotted on the moon? Hovite
  • Score: 2

4:36pm Sat 5 Jul 14

skylight says...

stevo!! wrote:
Brighton_Toffee wrote:
wibblewibble wrote:
its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier
It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background
Mr Dack appears to have used some form of camera effect for the third image, as there is no way he had time to relocate in that split-second.
Absolutely ! A tacky staged series of photos (photoshopped?) by an Argus cameraman.....

Coming to Brighton and complaining about the gulls is like going to Trafalgar Square and complaining about the pigeons, or Gibralter and likewise about the apes. They are our heritage, were here before us and will be here after we are all dead.

Get a Life !
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brighton_Toffee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wibblewibble[/bold] wrote: its clear in the 3rd photo the seagull has also eaten all the pedestrians that were present only an instant earlier[/p][/quote]It is also clear that 3rd photo was taken some distance further West away from photos 1 and 2: you need only look at the buildings in the background[/p][/quote]Mr Dack appears to have used some form of camera effect for the third image, as there is no way he had time to relocate in that split-second.[/p][/quote]Absolutely ! A tacky staged series of photos (photoshopped?) by an Argus cameraman..... Coming to Brighton and complaining about the gulls is like going to Trafalgar Square and complaining about the pigeons, or Gibralter and likewise about the apes. They are our heritage, were here before us and will be here after we are all dead. Get a Life ! skylight
  • Score: 2

7:46pm Sat 5 Jul 14

monkeymoo? says...

I hate these disgusting flying rats,the damage and disease they cause.Cull them and make the idiots that feed them pay for it.Brain dead morons.
I hate these disgusting flying rats,the damage and disease they cause.Cull them and make the idiots that feed them pay for it.Brain dead morons. monkeymoo?
  • Score: 13

11:48am Sun 6 Jul 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

John Steed wrote:
a naughty seagull, what a daft comment. the flying rat was doing one of the three things it does successfully., scavenge for food, the others, breed & cover the world below its backside with you know what, cull these things instead of badgers,
I'd rather cull you and your type
[quote][p][bold]John Steed[/bold] wrote: a naughty seagull, what a daft comment. the flying rat was doing one of the three things it does successfully., scavenge for food, the others, breed & cover the world below its backside with you know what, cull these things instead of badgers,[/p][/quote]I'd rather cull you and your type getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: -9

5:22pm Sun 6 Jul 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

monkeymoo? wrote:
I hate these disgusting flying rats,the damage and disease they cause.Cull them and make the idiots that feed them pay for it.Brain dead morons.
You are the disgusting type of moron that should be culled. Gulls are not and never have been disease ridden. Humans are the biggest disease spreaders. Check your facts first.
[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo?[/bold] wrote: I hate these disgusting flying rats,the damage and disease they cause.Cull them and make the idiots that feed them pay for it.Brain dead morons.[/p][/quote]You are the disgusting type of moron that should be culled. Gulls are not and never have been disease ridden. Humans are the biggest disease spreaders. Check your facts first. getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: -11

3:57pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Fairfax Aches says...

I was walking down the pier and a big gull came along and shat all over the place. It was like one of those childrens game shows Fortunately it didn't hit me but someone else and must admit I chuckled a bit which the victim did not appreciate and i think they wanted to whack me but i ran off.
I was walking down the pier and a big gull came along and shat all over the place. It was like one of those childrens game shows Fortunately it didn't hit me but someone else and must admit I chuckled a bit which the victim did not appreciate and i think they wanted to whack me but i ran off. Fairfax Aches
  • Score: 5

12:34am Wed 9 Jul 14

goonergirl23 says...

Mmmm, husbands a photographer and just happens to be on hand when the gull swooped! Now even I know that is a set up, talk about staged! lol
Mmmm, husbands a photographer and just happens to be on hand when the gull swooped! Now even I know that is a set up, talk about staged! lol goonergirl23
  • Score: 0

8:02am Wed 9 Jul 14

gaay buoy says...

monkeymoo? wrote:
I hate these disgusting flying rats,the damage and disease they cause.Cull them and make the idiots that feed them pay for it.Brain dead morons.
Totally agree with you,disgusting menaces that they are.They spread disease cause so much damage and make peoples life a misery.Lets kill the lot of them.
[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo?[/bold] wrote: I hate these disgusting flying rats,the damage and disease they cause.Cull them and make the idiots that feed them pay for it.Brain dead morons.[/p][/quote]Totally agree with you,disgusting menaces that they are.They spread disease cause so much damage and make peoples life a misery.Lets kill the lot of them. gaay buoy
  • Score: 4

6:46pm Thu 10 Jul 14

DGee says...

Set up all over it! Argus photographer just happened to be there, give me a break.
Set up all over it! Argus photographer just happened to be there, give me a break. DGee
  • Score: 3

7:07pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Jules boy says...

Must be time to take this photo off, been there over a week. Fed up of seeing her face every time I log in.
Must be time to take this photo off, been there over a week. Fed up of seeing her face every time I log in. Jules boy
  • Score: 5

10:01am Fri 11 Jul 14

Dan Gleballs says...

2nd and 3rd photos taken at a different time. Where's the people in the 3rd photo gone too? The buildings are also further away in the distance.
2nd and 3rd photos taken at a different time. Where's the people in the 3rd photo gone too? The buildings are also further away in the distance. Dan Gleballs
  • Score: 1

10:36am Fri 11 Jul 14

DGee says...

Somebody please take this picture off of the website I'm getting sick of seeing this woman.
Somebody please take this picture off of the website I'm getting sick of seeing this woman. DGee
  • Score: 5

3:55pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Jules boy says...

DGee wrote:
Somebody please take this picture off of the website I'm getting sick of seeing this woman.
Not exactly a looker is she?
[quote][p][bold]DGee[/bold] wrote: Somebody please take this picture off of the website I'm getting sick of seeing this woman.[/p][/quote]Not exactly a looker is she? Jules boy
  • Score: 2

5:27pm Mon 14 Jul 14

Roundbill says...

Gareth, you're clearly a liar, and people on here think Simon's wife is ugly. Are you still pleased with this article?
Gareth, you're clearly a liar, and people on here think Simon's wife is ugly. Are you still pleased with this article? Roundbill
  • Score: 2

12:38pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Sunnyside22 says...

Can we please remove this staged story now! its hardly news and is clearly all set up for the camera. Bored now.......real news please!
Can we please remove this staged story now! its hardly news and is clearly all set up for the camera. Bored now.......real news please! Sunnyside22
  • Score: -2

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