Sainsbury's slammed for leaving rotting seagulls ensnared in anti-bird netting above a store

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The distressing image shows the decomposing remains of two birds caught in nets above the store in Mostyn Street, Llandudno, North Wales. A number of locals branded the situation 'disgusting'.
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