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The angry birds opt for combined band of tourists as their targets in Cambridge – and the full total email address details are hilarious.

Two men finished up soaked to your skin once they were dive-bombed by the birds, which caused them to belong to the River Cam.

, Tourists result in river after being dive-bombed by flock of angry geese, World News | forimmediaterelease.net

An eyewitness have the ability to capture as soon as geese attacked the tourists (Picture: Geoff Robinson)

Dramatic pictures capture the ridiculous moment they were knocked in to the water by the geese.

Fortunately, the men from Japan could actually start to see the funny side and were pictured laughing and joking once they were able to haul themselves out.

The rest of these group could only watch because they drifted away down the river.

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Both men were eventually in a position to haul themselves from the River Cam (Picture: Geoff Robinson)


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, Tourists result in river after being dive-bombed by flock of angry geese, World News | forimmediaterelease.net

But despite being randomly attacked they still had smiles on the faces (Picture: Geoff Robinson)

An eyewitness, who didn’t desire to be named, said: ‘The group were punting down the River Cam when suddenly a flock of geese flew in and landed on the faculty lawn across the Backs.

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‘The men were knocked by the geese off balance plus they fell in to the water and had to swim out.

‘They looked very completely fed up at first since it was raining so that they were already wet, but afterwards it looked as if they were in a position to laugh about any of it.

‘It’ll be a lasting memory of punting in Cambridge for them certainly.’

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