Here are some exerpts:
Posted by: Fancy Coo-Coo on 12:57pm Thu 30 Nov 06
I'm horrified at the very idea anyone might want to harm these gentle creatures. I myself was raised by pigeons after being abandoned in Trafalgar Square as a young nipper. Therefore I know how noble and generous a species they really are. If anyone were to kill a pigeon in this way, it would be as though they are slaughtering one of my own family. It's murder, I say!
Posted by: Free Willy on 3:24pm Thu 30 Nov 06
I know what you mean, reader. I was raised by yaks but I'm sure the experience was similar. How about a council worker cull instead.
Posted by: Danny Delgado on 7:04pm Thu 30 Nov 06
I myself have never been attacked by a pigeon, nor indeed defecated upon by such a feathered being, but I feel it is my duty to point out to certain contributors to this discussion that it is no laughing matter to be on the receiving end of pests and vermin. Just the other day, for example, I was held prisoner in my own home by a violent squirrel who demanded I perform certain "acts" in order to regain my freedom. I was shamed. But the most shameful thing is, I secretly enjoyed it. How wrong is that?
Posted by: Percy Killen on 8:59pm Thu 30 Nov 06
I defecated on a pigeon once.
Posted by: Segley Farnsworth on 6:36pm Fri 1 Dec 06
I think it's disgraceful, the way that people are abusing the privilege to post replies to this article.
When I was young, my father would have given me the strap for behaving with so little respect.
Youngsters nowadays have no respect and cannot see that they are wasting hard working taxpayers' money.
I am going to write to the Daily Mail at once. You have been warned.