Psycho seagulls getting high on zombie drug after nicking addicts stashes
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Psycho gulls are now getting high on spice by targeting drug addicts.
The birds are known for dive-bombing members of the public to snatch their chips, crisps and chicken nuggets.
But now the beaky bandits are swooping on junkies to grab their drugs.
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Reports have come in from resorts such as Hastings, East Sussex, Margate, Kent, and Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, as well as cities including London, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool.
Former Spice user Kevin Robertson, 45, of Hastings, said: “Gulls will go for anything. They used to come up behind us and grab whatever we had.
“If we were stoned and completely out of it, the gulls could just take the joint we were smoking and fly off.
“In the end, the best place for us was in the covered bus shelters. But even then the seagulls seemed to know where we were.”
Another former user, Azad, of Leeds, said: “A seagull and spice is not a good combo. It turns them into psycho gulls.”
And one Wrexham local took a photo of a PCSO grabbing a seagull after it pinched a bag of spice from a user.
Locals said the bird “went mad” after nicking the stash, manically dive-bombing pedestrians before collapsing on the pavement.
One said: “Seagulls on Spice! – went for a stroll round Wrexham to see 2 officers checking out a stoned seagull.”
Another, called Gwnynod, said: “Another day another zombie seagull.
“They think they’re getting chips, but they’re just getting a beakful of spice.”
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