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Seagulls photobomb London traffic camera

Frank Carnevale
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A pair of seagulls photobombed traffic cameras in London on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. The Transport for London posted photos of the gulls to its Twitter feed.
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Transport for London Twitter
A pair of seagulls photobombed traffic cameras in London on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. The Transport for London posted photos of the gulls to its Twitter feed.

A pair of seagulls photobombed traffic cameras in London to the delight of the internet.

“Graeme” and “Steve,” as they have been named, have appeared in several posts on the Transport for London Twitter feed.

TfL kicked off the week with a “Happy Monday …” post that included a photo of a seagull hovering above traffic at a junction near the Blackwall Tunnel in Poplar, East London, according to the Daily Mail.

The TfL followed up with a post on Tuesday, “Guess who’s back?!” and a video of the seagull.

And a funny dig at traffic reporters:

On Wednesday TfL gave a shout-out to both seagulls, which they named Graeme and Steve:

All the tweets have garnered thousands of likes and a lots of comments.

Some users got in with the fun on Twitter:

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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