If you've picked up the latest copy of the Daily Star, then you’ll know that Britain has a very serious threat on its hand - seagulls have apparently turned “psycho”. You're not worried, you say? Well Simon Cowell is.
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The ‘X Factor’ boss is having helmets specially designed for his two dogs to stop them being pecked to death by the vicious birds.
Speaking to The Sun, Simon revealed the lengths he is going to, to protect Yorkie pooches Squiddly and Diddly.
“I am getting a crash helmet designed for my dogs.”
According to the paper, he even asked one auditionee: “Have you thought about seagulls attacking your cats?”
Simon’s actions come after a Yorkie Roo was killed by a swarm of the birds while out in the garden at its family’s home in Cornwall, two weeks ago.
And just in case the same fate awaits little Squids and Dids, Simon is already taking steps to have them cloned.
A source told The Mirror that the music mogul has asked aids to research Sooam Biotech, the company which created Britain’s first cloned dog last year.
“He has briefed aides and they are looking to see whether Sooam is a viable option.”