Posted by sean on February 14, 2018 at 8:20 pm in Life In Bath with No Comments

Readers will recall that yesterday, I made light fun at a resident of Bath taking exception to a woman feeding seagulls. Having reflected on my blog post, I now believe that I may not have taken the man’s complaints seriously…

Pests are a huge problem in the picturesque City of Bath. They seem to be increasing in numbers at an alarming rate. It doesn’t help that there are so many places they can feed themselves on rubbish. While originally just residing in the city centre, the vermin have now expanded their territory and many can often be found living in our suburbs. Along with gorging on rubbish, they can often be seen defecating onto buildings, parked cars and buildings. They’ve also been spotted breeding in public. On an even more serious note, when approached, these hazards have been know to attack members of the public. It is also believed that they carry disease.

Something has to be done and fast. If we continue to turn a blind eye to the ever-worsening situation, the entire city will become overrun with students.

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