Letter: Eating in the street is asking for trouble

Avoid seagull attacks by not eating in the streets.
Avoid seagull attacks by not eating in the streets.
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Reading the letters and articles in The Scarborough News recently, it appears that the majority of seagull attacks are on people eating in the street. Surely a simple way to avoid attacks is not to eat in the street.

Bearing in mind everyone knows that the gulls are after food, it seems almost to be asking for trouble, and allowing small children to eat in the affected areas is totally irresponsible.

Margaret Baugh

Crossgates

Scarborough