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MRP Building, Mola Corner Pasong Tirad Streets, Brgy La Paz, Makati City

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This wealthy neighborhood put up anti-bird spikes on trees to keep their cars from bird droppings

Are they freakin’ serious?

We all know how annoying poops are — whether it’s dog poop, or cat poop — no one likes seeing their pet’s poop on their stuff. It’s understandable if people are a little particular about this. But this wealthy neighborhood went too far — way too far!

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To protect their expensive cars from bird droppings, residents from this neighborhood in Bristol, England, put up ‘anti-bird spikes’ on their trees. One user tweeted a photo of the tree with bird spikes and it instantly went viral, receiving mix responses from a lot of people.

Several people found the act disgusting and shameful. They think that it’s no excuse to deliberately harm animals just to protect expensive cars.

While another person even pointed out that birds can still opt to sit on their cars instead.

Others just decide to talk trash about these rich and apparently, “privileged” people.
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A few people even pointed out that car covers are there to protect your cars…

…and they can always just have their cars washed!


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