Ever wondered why seagulls always seem to appear on a busy day? Ever wondered why the birds are so keen to nibble on your food and follow you around?
This UFO expert claims that the birds could be an intergalactic species sent to pry into the personal life of humans on Earth.
That’s one of the weirdest sentences I’ve ever written, and probably one of the weirdest you’ve ever read.
Don’t Trust Seagulls
Anyway, a man called Nick Pope (no, not the Burnley goalkeeper) has urged people not to trust the birds now he’s revealed their true colours.
Pope, who previously worked as a government advisor who investigated UFOs for the MoD, made the shocking accusations earlier this week. He’s warned people, quite seriously, not to feed seagulls snacks as these could be collected by aliens for analysis.
The bonkers theory is one Pope has a lot of conviction in. At a time when UFO sightings are increasing, it is perhaps understandable to develop paranoia about life on Earth and begin questioning the intentions of the seemingly innocuous animals we share our planet with. I would say Pope’s skepticism is understandable, but I haven’t reached that level of insanity just yet.
Pope stated: ‘’If aliens want to hack into a control a living organism, or construct a drone that’s a perfect mimic, it would be best to choose something ordinary and ubiquitous, like a seagull or housefly. Something you wouldn’t normally pay much attention to, perhaps.’’
It sounds almost logical that if aliens wanted to gather intelligence on how we live our lives, then disguising their drones as a seagull would work wonders. Birds, which have been around for millions of years, would surely have millions of files on us and be experts on human civilization.
In another warning, Pope declared that: ‘’So next time you move to swat that fly, watch out - your actions might inadvertently start an intergalactic war!’’
Be Careful Down The Beaches
I doubt that somehow, Nick, but I appreciate the warning nonetheless.
Britons hoping to travel to the beaches of Blackpool, Brighton, and Bournemouth may have to take extra care in how they interact with the seagulls. One wrong move could, in Pope’s eyes, have dire consequences.
‘’If it sounds like science-fiction, it isn't’’ - Pope declares. As you can probably tell, I’m not entirely convinced just yet, but I may be a bit more impressionable after a few ales.
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