Upwards of 20 people in the Cork Institute of Technology have been attacked by a single crow over the last few days.
The Irish Examiner is reporting that 20 people have been attacked and two have even had to receive medical attention and tetanus jabs.
CIT have requested the assistance of the Cork Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to figure out a way to resolve this issue and experts will be visiting the campus to make an assessment soon.
One staff member was clawed at the head and had many scratch wounds. When he started talking about the issue he realised that it had happened to many other staff members too.
No one know why the crow is so annoyed at humans but there is speculation that the crow is protecting her offspring.
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