A soccer club has informed lovers not to feed seagulls close to its ground and warned that anyone caught executing so will be eliminated.
Scottish Championship side Queen of the South stated on Friday that some spectators have been “deliberately throwing food stuff to draw in the seagulls into the crowded areas”.
A tweet from the Dumfries-based mostly club encouraged lovers to as a substitute use bins provided around the 8,690-ability Palmerston Park.
The Doonhamers start off their league marketing campaign at dwelling to Dunfermline Athletic on Saturday and the club warned seagull waste could bring about accidents.
‼️To minimise the effects of the seagulls on everyones satisfaction of the recreation remember to DO NOT feed them and USE the bins furnished for all squander meals. Remember to look at your fellow supporters. If you are observed to be intentionally feeding the seagulls you will be eradicated from the ground‼️ pic.twitter.com/AjMcIfdMYu
— Queen of the South (@OfficialQosFC) August 8, 2019
A statement on the club website reported: “We are aware that some spectators at the earlier Betfred League Cup matches at Palmerston were deliberately throwing food items to catch the attention of the seagulls into the crowded places.
“We are worried about the likely for spectators or other personnel to experience personal injury or fouling from seagull squander.
“Therefore as we put together to host Dunfermline in the Championship tomorrow, we are inquiring supporters to please chorus from undertaking this yet again.
“Stewards have been instructed that really should this type of deliberate behaviour be noticed at the match, those dependable will be straight away taken out from the ground.
“Your co-procedure would be tremendously appreciated.”
It will come just after a comparable statement from the club very last month at the start off of the Betfred Cup fixtures.
Just after participating in Motherwell at the ground on July 13, Queens reported it was “well conscious of the issues” and admitted initiatives to eradicate the seagull trouble was “pretty substantially an unachievable task”.
Prior attempts to stave off seagulls have bundled participating in birds of prey noises over the audio technique.
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