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A group of hungry seagulls have been filmed smashing their heads into windscreens to steal chips in a scene from 'the scariest horror movie ever'.
Marin Sandin, from Sweden, was left terrorised when she got back to her car with a McDonald's meal.
In the now-viral video she posted on TikTok, she was trapped inside her car after realising a group of crazed seagulls eyeing her food.
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The seabirds banged their beaks to windscreen and stepped on each other in a fierce competition to "steal" the fries.
Marin screamed and laughed while watching the seagulls flapping their wings and fighting for food.
Some viewers noticed a crack on the windscreen, with one saying: "When that windscreen breaks, we can see who's laughing."
"They are cracking the window, this is the scariest horror movie ever," a second wrote.
A third shared: "Those birds are a**holes, no matter where they are, they always try to get food."
Others came up with a brilliant idea to keep the seagulls away.
"I would have just put on the wipers," a TikToker suggested.
A few others said Marin's experience reminded them of the vicious bird attack scene from Alfred Hitchcock's famous movie The Birds.
In Blackpool, a zoo is looking to hire people to dress up as blow-up birds and scare off pesky seagulls.
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The role – Seagull Deterrent/Visitor Services Assistant – requires successful applicants to be "comfortable wearing a bird costume".
The person will be working in a 32-acre zoo surrounded by more than 1,300 animals from across the world, including elephants, big cats and gorillas.
"At Blackpool Zoo it goes without saying that we love all animals! And as a seaside resort, Blackpool is not short of seagulls," the ad listing explained.
"However, the seagulls are proving to be a bit of a nuisance when it comes to trying to steal food from our visitors and our animal enclosures!
"We need to do what we can to keep the seagulls away from our main visitor dining areas, which is why we are looking for a team of people to join our Visitor Services team as 'Seagull Deterrents'."
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