Holiday park ankle-deep in bird droppings
A holiday park in the UK is facing a GBP10,000 (US$16,000) clean-up bill after a huge flock of birds covered it in up to seven inches of droppings. According to a report in The Daily Telegraph, the Trevelgue Holiday Park’s caravans and grounds are covered in droppings, even causing some tree branches to break under to the weight.
The park’s Managing Director, Mike Finnigan, was reported saying that the park had been forced to close due to health concerns. “It’s acidic and the sheer quantity is phenomenal,” he said. The park is planning to reopen on 1 April. Whether any guests will fancy returning to the park so quickly is another matter.