DORSET, ENGLAND — Britain's animal service recently rescued a number of seagulls on English beaches.
The birds appeared to have gotten into a little alcohol, causing them to go a little coo coo.
Britain's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said they got a call about over a dozen seagulls that were seen walking around on the beach like they are bunch of drunkards.
The RSPCA staff said the birds at first looked like they had botulism, and most seemed to recover after vomiting.
The RSPCA suspect that a brewery or other alcohol distributor in the nearby area did not handle their alcohol waste properly and the birds somehow gained access to the alcohol being dumped out.
A veterinarian with the animal welfare charity told Sky News a few of the seagulls have died after showing symptoms of intoxication, but many are recovering.