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Indian students at Warwick Uni hounded by terrifying, racist swans

11th April 2014

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White supremacist swans are terrorising international students at the University of Warwick, according to students.

Aggressive swan behaviour has included standing on footbridges and blocking students from crossing.

Some unlucky souls also claim to have been “continually confronted on their way to lectures.”

Whilst we all know that swans are fairly aggressive, as birds go, it looks like these ones are focusing their reign of terror on one particular student demographic – Indians.

One victim claims that "I am from India, and they attack me especially - they focus straight on me.

"We have been warned that the swans will be a bit feisty at this time of year, but they go for me all year round.”

Ouch. Scary stuff.

The victim in question then took matters into his/her own hands, by photographing the swans in an attempt to catch them in the act. And, obviously, bringing the issue up with The Mirror.

So far, there has been no conclusion as to why these blatantly racist swans are focusing on Warwick’s Indians particularly.

All swans are of course owned by the queen, so confronting them over their xenophobic aggression could lead to a spell in the tower (maybe.) We think that there’s some serious elitism going on here.

The 24-year-old student, who was two terrified to reveal his/her name for fear of reprisals, continued: "I think they don't like too many Indians in England - maybe the swans here are a little bit racist."

I mean, we can see his/her point. Swans in general are just so, well... white. There's not much diversity going on in the swan world, is there?

We asked Warwick University’s twitter account for a comment, but they haven’t got back to us yet.

Meanwhile, we’re waiting for a move from the swans in question. Will they step up their aggression now their feelings have been revealed, or will they start being nice in an attempt to avoid a Birds-esque PR disaster/racial tensions escalating on campus? Only time will tell...  

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