Hot Slut Of The Day!

June 9, 2019 / Posted by:

Exactly two weeks ago, I gave the HSOTD stamp to a seagull in England who tried to commit petty thievery by stealing a loaf of bread from Poundland (not to be confused with what I used to call my place after I put a pump ‘n dump ad on Craigslist Casual Encounters… RIP). That bird failed. But that seagull’s New England cousin, and today’s HSOTD, didn’t fail and this thieving feathered trick stepped it up by committing grand larceny (grand larceny for a seagull anyway)!

Sports law professor Alicia Jessop was visiting Maine, and so she did what you’re legally required to do when visiting Maine: she bought some lobster. Alicia got a lobster roll, and as she was taking a picture of it to send to the Office of Tourism to prove she fulfilled her legal obligation, a seagull did a New England fly by and stole it from her. Alicia got a picture of the thief seagull in action, and that picture is so New England it should be the official stamp of all New England states.

I say that bold thieving seagull committed grand larceny because that lobster roll cost Alicia almost $22. Trick is a thief with fancy taste! It’s the Doris Payne of seagulls!

So Alicia got robbed thrice! Twice when she bought that $22 lobster roll, and then when that seagull jacked her, but at least the seagull gave her some viral fame. Alicia is totally going to find an invoice at the front of her door from that seagull for getting a little fame off its likeness. And yes, the only currency that seagull takes is lobster roll.

Pic: Twitter

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