A Tesco grocery store in Cornwall, England was hit with a surprise shut down this week, but not for health department reasons. The supermarket had to evacuate customers and shut its doors for an hour after a seagull flew into the store and started flexing on customers.
According to Mashable, the bird started flying frantically around the building before flapping its wings in customers' faces, leaving droppings on people's clothes and sailing directly into one customer's head.
At the end of the video you can see droves of customers exiting the store. There's no word on how they finally got the bird to leave, but the store was shut down for a whole hour, so we're guessing it wasn't easy.
"The seagull flew into the shop at about 8:30 p.m., and I was unaware of its presence until it nearly flew into my head," a Tesco staff member told ITV.
And while one person did get attacked by the bird, there were no serious injuries—unless you count a brand-new Versace shirt getting stained with seagull droppings, because we kind of count that as an injury. Sorry, Brad.