SALT LAKE CITY — Talk about a bird’s-eye view.
Employees of London's Transport for London got a close-up view of a seagull Monday after the bird stopped directly in front of one of their traffic cameras and stayed there for several moments.
The TfL first tweeted a photo of the bird on Monday.
“Happy Monday…” the tweet reads, showing the bird’s head directly in front of the camera.
The seagull (or one of his friends) then reappeared at the camera several hours later.
“Guess who’s back?!” The TfL tweeted.
They then tweeted video footage of the bird in front of the camera Tuesday.
Due to popular demand, a quick update from our reporter just north of the Blackwall Tunnel..... pic.twitter.com/NxKVMqGca3— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) April 30, 2019
“Due to popular demand, a quick update from our reporter just north of the Blackwall Tunnel…” the TfL tweeted Tuesday.Comment on this story
The images and video of the bird have delighted social media users, who’ve broken out some pretty bad puns to describe the funny on-screen moment.
“Well, Brad and Diane, as you can see(gull)...I-87 is really for the birds today. You’ll be better off winging it on side streets,” @ItsSeansTweets tweeted.
“Wait, that’s no reporter, just how gullible do you think we are?” another Twitter user tweeted.
One Twitter user perhaps put it best.
“Please stop,” @johnpboyle tweeted, “these puns are terri-gull.”