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It seems that Alfred Hitchcock predicted the future in his iconic thriller The Birds. The only thing that he got wrong is the type of bird that will start the terror, choosing crows to star in his movie rather than the far more evil seagulls.
Evil nesting seagulls kept a couple hostage in their own home for six days by attacking them every time they tried to leave their house.
Roy and Brenda Pickard, from Knott End, England say they were constantly confronted by two noisy seagulls after they built a nest on their roof. There are two baby seagulls in the nest.
Mr. Pickard, 77, who ended up with a bloody head wound that needed hospital treatment after a particularly vicious attack said: “The whole thing has been terrible. I’ve not been able to go out of the front door. If I try to get out of the door, the two adult birds are right there and I’ve got no chance. It’s genuinely frightening.”
He added: “My wife isn’t well or very mobile at the moment so we’re relying on me to get out.
“Thankfully, we have an integrated garage and I can get into it from the kitchen, open the garage door and drive out to get our shopping, but I have to leave the garage door open, which isn’t ideal.”
Wyre Council say the gulls are Herring Gulls and are protected once nesting – which means the couple basically can’t get rid of them.
More than 20,000 people led by a Christian organization have targeted Netflix, demanding that they cancel Good Omens, the series based on the best-selling novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.
The series, which centers on representatives from Heaven and Hell who secretly get together to try and delay the apocalypse so they can keep living responsibility-free lives on Earth was not received well by many Christian organizations.
The Return to Order campaign, which organized the petition, says that Good Omens is “another step to make satanism appear normal, light and acceptable”, and “mocks God’s wisdom”. God, they complain, is “voiced by a woman” – Frances McDormand – the antichrist is a “normal kid” and, most importantly, “this type of video makes light of Truth, Error, Good and Evil, and destroys the barriers of horror that society still has for the devil”. They are calling on Netflix to cancel the show. The problem is that the show can be only watched on Amazon Prime Video.
The co-writer of the book and TV series Neil Gaiman responded to the petition on Twitter, writing: “I love that they are going to write to Netflix to try and get #GoodOmens canceled. Says it all really. This is so beautiful … Promise me you won’t tell them?”
That is way cooler than those pathetic spiderwebs.