No, I'm not referring to the women in your area cos if you're from Birmingham they're mostly shot putters and there's no contest there is there? Joke!!! Sheesh! I'm meaning the feathered variety. I was recently on holiday in Hayle in Cornwall and had bbq'd a load of different meat for tea, and on cutting open some of the pork kebab I'd cooked I noticed some of it was a bit pink in the middle cos they were quite large pieces of pork, so I took it back out to the bbq (we'd laid all the salad and bread out on the table in the caravan for us to pick from and then go eat outside) to cook it some more. There must have been a dozen or so fairly sizeable chunks of pork and the bbq was just about perfect cooking temperature, you couldn't get your hand near it without getting burned it was that hot, I'd had to use the tongs, but no sooner had I gone back inside to pack up my plate with salad and stuff one of the kids said they has seen a seagull flying off with a piece of meat. Naturally i thought he was having me on, but I looked out the window and saw a flock of the bleeding things all going bonkers by the bbq, so i dashed outside and the cheeky sods had stripped the bbq of every bit of pork there had been on it. I suppose they kind of deserved it for braving that intense heat, I'm surprised they weren't flying off in flames! I couldn't quite believe my eyes! I mean I've heard of them taking chips and Ice cream out of peoples hands before, but stripping a bbq?? Blimey. Seagulls are obviously trained by the para's these days. Whatever next?