Seagull KO'd By Cricket Ball Recovers And Attacks Player During the KFC T20 Big Bash League
A seagull in Australia learned the hard way (literally) why perching on cricket grounds is a bad idea. Luckily, the miracle bird will live another day to tweet about it, hopefully warning his feathered friends to stay away, too. (Although judging from another close encounter with a seagull at the same grounds, pictured above, chances are he won’t.)
During a KFC T20 Big Bash League game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday, Perth Scorchers batsman Adam Voges beaned the misplaced bird in the head. The situation appeared dire at first, with Melbourne Stars fielder Rob Quiney signaling in his own bemused way (he mimed shooting the bird with a shotgun) that it had perished.
The bird’s body was placed over the boundary ropes and the game continued. Soon, though, cheers would erupt from the stands.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane … Oh, actually, no that’s definitely a bird! The seagull woke up! But he seemed to have failed to learn his lesson. He hung out for a while more on the grounds, luckily not getting hit again.
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