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PHOTOS: Seagull entertains guests at Cornish hotel


Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 10:30am 21st September 2018. (Updated at 10:40am 21st September 2018)

A seagull appears to really want to make friends with hotel guests in Padstow.

Simon Wright was staying at Metropole Hotel when he heard someone, or something, at his window.

When he checked he was met with this face was staring back at him.

Every time the curtains are closed, this guy knocks on the window.

Simon said he can't seem to lose his new friend.

For four days he has tried shutting the curtains - only to be met with constant knocking until he opens them again.

Simon took to twitter to share the comical pictures of his new stalker.

"THIS is being watched in Padstow"

"Four sodding days of it... Closed the curtains, and he tapped on the window until we opened them again."

@teddywright Simon Wright

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