King of the gulls, Seagull 73 Bird, Lowestoft’s most famous winged inhabitant, has been spotted ‘killing two birds with one stone’.
The infamous gull – known for his bravery, daring, and mesmerizing aerobatic prowess – has not turned to fratricide (W.C. ‘the murder of one’s own brother or sister’), but rather, taken to nabbing tasty pickings and keeping Britain tidy at the same time!
Pie in the sky
Inspired by the tidy-up campaign of the local McDonald’s restaurant, the legendary gull has made its car park his primary hunting ground for scraps of burger, fries, nuggets or apple pies. ’73 – who legend has it once pecked out the eyes of an Alsatian dog who was harassing his mother – is known for doing things his way, in style.
Keep up the good work, No 73!
Witnesses say that when the do-gooding gull has finished devouring food found in the outside eating area and car park. Seagull 73 Bird conscientiously disposes of the paper bags and food wrappers in the bin. It is reported that he has even been seen returning plastic trays to the restaurant.
W.C. = Working Class