I don’t know why some people get such of kind of heinous ideas that harm other creatures. Some rich people have installed anti-bird spikes on Clifton trees to avoid bird poop from falling on their “expensive and luxurious” cars.
Surprised, aren’t you?
But this is real!
This horrific incident came to light after a Twitter user posted the photos.
Our war on wildlife: now birds are not allowed in trees…?! Pigeon spikes spotted in Clifton, Bristol above a car park. Has anyone seen this before? How is it allowed?!
📷: thanks to Anna Francis pic.twitter.com/NuG9WvYBMj
— Jennifer Garrett (@JMAGarrett) December 18, 2017
Residents in an exclusive part of Bristol have installed anti-bird spikes on a pair of neighborhood trees to protect their BMWs and Audis from bird poop.
Spikes have been nailed to two trees in the front garden of Essendene House and Heathfield House between Clifton Down and Pembroke Road. And here is what one resident who owns the land said,
“The spikes are solely to protect the cars, there is no other reason. There is a big problem with bird droppings around here. They can really make a mess of cars, and for some reason they [the birds] do seem to congregate around this area,”
Here is how Twitteratis reacted to this nameless heinous act.
1. I wonder who got this idea!
Disgusting human behaviour. Seems we are always inventing new ways to destroy nature.
— Steve berrill (@steveberrill) December 20, 2017
2. Yes, they can wrap the car with a cover
If these rich people want to protect their cars throw a wrap over them, this is animal cruelty and needs stopping.
— Brian M A (@brianma68) December 20, 2017
3. Ban them from flying!
Really this is so crazy, you couldn’t make it up could you. I mean stopping birds from perching in trees, whats next – maybe ban them from flying. We need to round up all these human goofballs and force them to live below ground in the dark until they learn to appreciate nature.
— Barrhead Birder (@BarrheadBirder) December 18, 2017
4. Yea, it’s indeed awful
😲😲😲 I don’t know what to say! That’s… Awful!
— BristolNatureChannel (@bristolnatchan) December 18, 2017
5. The most idiotic thing
This is quite possibly the most idiotic thing I’ve ever seen this year! Bird spikes on a tree, truly bonkers 🤨. https://t.co/oWGrftABpv
— James Common (@CommonByNature) December 18, 2017
Just for the sake of car parking, isn’t this insane to install anti-bird spikes on trees? They can use covers to wrap their “luxurious” cars right!
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