Cheeky birds of prey steal underwear from locals to use for their nests
Last week an unusual mystery occured at Scottish beauty spot Glenn Esk in Angus. Local skinny dippers were left confused and most likely embarrassed when they discovered their underwear was stolen. This riddle repeatedly continued to happen until a local game keeper discovered the culprets. It appeared that some Red Kite birds had been pinching the panties in order to build their nests.
Gamekeeper Dave Clement was studying the surrounding trees when he stumbled across nests which contained a variety of undewear including: socks, pants and knickers. It was clear that the items helped to make great nests although not in
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