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3 July 2020

A man in Exeter had been spotted standing on a roof holding an upside down broom, attempting to bat away flying seagulls with a broom. The man, who has not yet been identified, was seen on the roof today (June 26) in Southernhay at around 1pm.

Although it may seem strange, it is understood that there is a method behind the madness. It is believed that the roof sweeper was actually attempting to usher away hovering seagulls whilst a colleague completed work on top of the building.

The seagulls were relentless in their efforts to get onto the roof and were clearly not going down without a fight. However, the work man persevered and appeared to be victorious in keeping the birds away from the roof, enabling the colleague to complete the job.

No need to take this to extremes however. Call us today to find out more.

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