Reported via Android in the Rubbish (refuse and recycling) category anonymously at 22:31, Fri 25 April 2014
Sent to Cardiff Council 4 minutes later.
FixMyStreet ref: 468869.
You can imagine how upset I was to find them fighting over the refuse sacks left in the front of this address.
Now this has been going on for sometime and although the residents of the above address could be very affectionate towards the local wildlife of the Roath area, I feel it somewhat mean to mix their left overs with their main rubbish for the gulls to firstly squabble over at the same time as trying to get this out of the sealed refuse sacks. One can only imagine how hungry these birds must be feeling. What little energy they have left, is no doubt expended on ripping apart the black bags to get to the goodness of what can only be presumed to be some processed goodness that modern living has to offer.
I understand that 164 may just want these scavenging birds to work for their crust. But this madness must stop. The consequences are clearly evident. Splattered birds on the road, presumably their short lives ended through lack of their own safety, whilst enjoying their magnificent spoils or even being too exhausted after battling with piercing the hardy black plastic, to get to the riches within, to attempt fly away to safety.
Please intervene, before another poor innocent gull soul is banished from this already cruel earth!