Seagulls on London traffic camera leaving Twitter in masks




Bird's Eye! Seagulls & # 39; Graeme & # 39; and & # 39; Steve & # 39; leaving Twitter in stitches thanks to their vibrant appearance on London's traffic camera near Blackwall Tunnel

  • Birds filmed during the last two days walk around in front of the London camera
  • The camera is located at a crossroads to Blackwall Tunnel approach in Poplar
  • Transport for London bosses says seagulls have been "helping at times"

Two curious seagulls have become an internet experience after repeated landing on top of a London traffic camera.

The birds have been filmed earlier two days walking around in front of the camera at a cross on the approach of Blackwall Tunnel in Poplar, East London.

Transport managers told how the seagulls have been called "Graeme" and "Steve", with a number of tweets after leaving Twitter users, laughing.

  Seagulls have been called the nickname & # 39; Graeme & # 39; and & # 39; Steve & # 39; after their traffic camera appearances

The seagulls have been called the nickname & # 39; Graeme & # 39; and & # 39; Steve & # 39; after their traffic camera appearance

  Seagulls were first discovered on the camera at the East London junction yesterday afternoon

Seagulls were first discovered by the camera at East London crossing yesterday afternoon

  Seagulls have made several appearances at the intersection in Poplar the last two days

Meierne has made several appearances at the intersection in Poplar the last two days

Among the many answers, it was said that the gull "looks like a full gangster" while a second tweeted that it was "trying to stop all the big brothers watching at all".

Another Twitter user warned drivers to "be careful out there – not just wing it" while one told them to "hide your fish and fries" and another joked: "Fowl traffic." [19659009] The birds were first discovered at Transport for London camera at 14.46 yesterday, before they were again seen at 5.58, at. 11.00 and 14.44 today. [19659009] Three Twitter posts with seag ulls on the A102 Brunswick Road junction have racked up 3000 retweets and more than 10,000 likes in just over 24 hours.

A transport to the London spokesman told MailOnline: "Our cameras usually give us a bird's eye view of traffic across London, but we would like to thank our new colleagues Graeme and Steve for helping you at times."

Seagulls have former photobombed traffic cameras in Glasgow – once on the M8 near the airport in April 2014, and again in the middle earlier this month on April 12.

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