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Seagull steals camera from tourist at San Francisco beach

A seagull swooped down and stole a camera right out of the hands of a tourist on the beach in San Francisco, KTLA-TV reported Thursday.

The woman, from France, was filming the sunset when the busy bird grabbed the camera and flew away with it. But not all was lost.

The woman managed to track down her camera on a nearby sidewalk. It was still intact and even had 20 seconds of new footage, apparently recorded by the gull.


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