The Deadly Wasp-gull is heading to Cornwall from Devon.

Wasp-gull native to South Devon

Wasp-gull native to South Devon

The dangerous bird that can grow up to fifteen feet long, is expected to arrive in the Duchy next week.

Bird expert, Trevor Bunt ,from Camborne said “Bleddy hell! These creatures are a cross between a wasp and a seagull! They are native to South-Devon, but will be over here next week! Don’t go near them, one sting could kill you instantly and all your family, even though they are with you at the time! They’re also a seagull, so you have to be extra careful, as they’ll kill you, then nick your pasty!”

It’s not sure how many of the birds are heading over, but the council have urged people to not eat outdoors. Robin Small’s, from Duchy Council said “We’re currently dumping lorry loads of pasties, chips and sugar over the border in Devon! That’ll teach the buggers! We hope it will teach the Wasp-gulls too!”

This isn’t the first time something like this has happened. A picture of a man holding a massive wasp was posted on Facebook last year! People were a little baffled as how someone could hold a six inch wasp that melts human skin on contact, but came to the conclusion that it must have been real, because it was seen on the internet!

Steve Heller – Cornish News

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One thought on “The Deadly Wasp-gull is heading to Cornwall from Devon.

  1. Boles:

    The picture: Greenpeace hanging from beautiful bridge in bright sunlight, having just driven off a huge ice breaking ship.

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