Who can resist of the waft of spices, garlic and chargrilled chicken when you walk past your local curry house? Seagulls clearly can't.
For the second time in a three months a gull has had to be rescued by the RSPCA after falling into a vat of cold curry and dying itself orange.
The gull took a dive in a vat of cold Tandoori sauce in Newport. Sian Burton from the RSPCA said: “He must have had a shock when he fell in the curry. We have no idea if it flew in because it was hungry or if he fell in by accident!"
In June a gull, nicknamed Gullfrazie, fell into a vat of chicken tikka masala in a Welsh food factory after trying to scavenge a piece of meat. Both birds were uninjured, despite their auburn-hue, and released back into the wild.
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