Embankment’s bird of prey

Embankment's bird of prey

Kite flying taken to a whole new level

NOT CONTENT with having one of the most environmentally friendly buildings in the country PwC also wants its offices to be the cleanest.

The Big Four firm is payrolling a man with a large bird (pictured) to ward off the local pigeon population dirtying up the rooftop terrace.

Interestingly he’s not a bird handler but a kite flyer!

PwC has recruited the kite flying skills of a local, to whizz a fake bird the size of a small child across its Embankment office in the hope it will scare off other birds.

Unfortunately the kite looks like a cross between a hawk and a crow and is scaring the employees too.

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