‘They should man up, buy a hard helmet and deal with it’
A seagull attacks a woman in Liskey Hill Crescent, Perranporth, Cornwall, England.
Talk about a fowl problem.
In what seems like a scene from an Alfred Hitchcock movie, real-life angry birds are attacking a British town, prompting mail carriers to stop their deliveries.
According to the Daily Express, residents of Liskey Hill Crescent, Perranporth, Cornwall, have been instructed to personally go to their local post office to collect their mail, prompting at least one citizen to tell mail carriers to “man up.”
“I’m waiting for a hip operation and now I have to go to the post office every day to collect my mail,” complained Jackie Bray, 67.
“We have to put up with the seagulls so why can’t they? They should man up, buy a hard helmet and deal with it.”