True Kings of the North

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If you’re not new in Aberdeen, you’re probably already familiar with them. If you are new in Aberdeen, then you will get to know them and we are here to warn you about them.

The Streets

Sometimes you got to grab a quick bite on your way to work or uni, because you are short on time. But beware of your surroundings for the kings of the north will be wanting a piece of that pie. They will be swooping in from behind you and relentlessly take what’s yours. It might not even be pie, any food really, they see you eating it, and they want it.

A few particularly dangerous places, but not limited to are: Belmont St, Morrison’s car park, Union St., King St. In reality, anywhere in Aberdeen there’s the ever-present danger, but these are locations which people have witnessed these attacks. 

Your Home

If you are living in the city, you’ll be wakened by the battle cry from these wretched beasts, particularly during sunrise. So think again before you think a romantic date would be watching the sunrise at the beach.

 A Night Out

We mentioned this earlier, but we’ll say it again. But this time you’ve probably had a few drinks, you have your guard down. You’ve been waiting for your cheese & chips and cannot wait til you can enjoy your way home, but they’ll be ready. For the kings of the north will not rest and will knock those chips off your hand, sing their victorious song and attract all their brothers in arms to join in on the feast.

You Have Been Warned

Aberdeen is a great place to live, but you must not forget who rule the streets. Stay safe, be aware of your surroundings. 

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