It is rotten! How Asbaby the swan continues the family tradition of terrorizing passers-by on a towpath
From a family of feathered criminals, he has a history of behavior so bad that some may think he should do bird.
Asbaby the swan was still young when he was first seen picking gamblers on the Cam in Cambridge, squeezing their food and even trying to grab handbags.
Now a full-fledged swan, he’s back at his old tricks, but this time he’s landed due to a lockdown.
Vicious swan’s grandson Mr. Asbo did his old tricks to attack visitors to Cambridg, but this time came ashore because the river is empty due to closure
The feathered devil, now a full-fledged swan, was nicknamed Asbaby as a young man when he stole petrified punts on the famous Backs
With punts and boats stowed and no one on the river, Asbaby – the grandson of a vicious swan nicknamed Mr Asbo and son of another named Mr Asboy – has been chasing the people on the towpath.
He has been seen standing next to a dog, attacking a man’s backpack and chasing a baby in a pram, next to hissing at pedestrians.
53-year-old Miriam Sharpe said, “He was in the middle of the towpath and wouldn’t budge.
During the closing, punts and boats were stored and no one is on the river, so now the whooper swan has chased the people on the towpath. Asbaby was seen squared up against a dog today
The ill-tempered bird spent the afternoon guarding the path, hissing at pedestrians and cyclists as they passed, like his grandfather Mr. Asbo pictured above
“It was terrifying.”
Asbaby is said to be even worse than Mr. Asbo, who was taken off the river after attacking dozens of rowers.
Mister Asboy was known for snapping at swimmers and even tried to take on a cow.
The swan pictured above is the Asboy father of Asbaby, a family of vicious swans