Herring Guile

“The publication follows a similar one released by Aberdeenshire Council in January this year and outlines methods to reduce conflict between people and roof-nesting gulls.” (http://www.rspb.org.uk/media/releases/405493-rspb-scotland-welcomes-new-gull-guide)

The earlier release had been welcomed by gulls, who in turn released their own guide to liberating fast food and retaking prominent latrine sites such as monuments.


“Two of the Wild Dolphin sculptures that have taken over the streets of Aberdeen in Scotland have been removed for repairs after being vandalised. … Both [were] forced from their plinths overnight and found abandoned nearby.” (http://uk.whales.org/news/2014/07/two-dolphins-on-wdcs-sculpture-trail-are-attacked)

The perpetrators slurred “freedom!” as they tried to liberate the creatures before deciding the North Sea was too far away.