Flies invaded the Blue Anchor pub in Aintree, England. The fly infestation was so bad that the pub had to close temporarily. Flies were photographed on people’s food and other areas people were dining. Patrons resorted to covering their drinks with napkins to keep the flies out of their beverages. It didn’t help that the fly infestation occurred during a birthday party at the pub.





Fly ‘plague’ closes pubs as hundreds of winged insects swarm around disgusted …

A ‘plague’ of flies forced a pub to temporarily close, after hundreds of the insectsdescended on disgusted diners. Customers were forced to cover their meals and swat the unwelcome pests away as they tried to eat at Aintree’s Blue Anchor in Liverpool …and more »

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