Man Appears To Spike Seagull With Ecstasy Tablet
In what's a pretty disgusting act, a guy appears to have spiked a seagull with a pill.
It's not known who the person in the video actually is, but it was shared on a Twitter account which then, obviously, got a load of backlash fired at it.
The video shows the man filming himself while sat on a bench. He puts a pill of some sort - assumed to be ecstasy - in to a chip, saying 'have some' and then throwing it into a flock of seagulls.
You can hear his mates laughing in the background as the seagulls fight over the chip.
The video was uploaded with caption: "Ahahahahahahahahahahahahaha ahahaha."
The clip, which emerged on social media on August 6, is believed to have been filmed somewhere in Newcastle.
People were not happy with the video, which in all fairness is pretty harsh.
The comments, understandably, were furious - with many people tagging in the RSPCA.
One person replied: "This is absolutely awful what the f***.
"I've reported this video I just hope it's taken down immediately. You might think it's all s**** and giggles but it's animal cruelty (or if fake at best it's promoting animal-spiking behaviour). I'm just glad a major charity have seen this, gonna tag a few just in case."
The account that posted it defended the video, calling people a 'grass' for tagging in the animal rights charity.
Another person wrote: "Grim business that."
Someone else said: "Imagine even finding this amusing or taking the time to screen record animal cruelty. Be different if it was a dog. C**** c**** c****."
Another commenter put: "Wannabe hard man who couldn't last a second with another man so goes for harmless animals. Proper tough guy."
A final posted: "I hope one poos on your head c***."
That'd be fair revenge.
The Twitter user who shared the video then told someone it wasn't him, saying: "Here man you big whoppa you can clearly see it's a screen record from Facebook bet the c*** had the time of its life anyways."
Seagulls have had a bit of bad press lately, with one accused of snatching a chihuahua called Gizmo from a woman's back garden, while a Wetherspoon pub in Exeter has had to hire its very own bird of prey to scare off seagulls who have been terrorising customers in their beer garden.
Still though, drugging them's a bit much, isn't it?
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