We never thought we'd ever have to do a roundup of all the seagulls in the news, but here we are with all the beak-ing stories, as they happen.

Fianna Fáil Senator Ned O'Sullivan has encouraged Environment Minister Alan Kelly to look into what can be done to take action against "raucous" and "cheeky" seagulls, but we're sure he didn't mean anything as terrible as what may well have happened to Waterford's famous laughing seagull Jonathan, who it turns out may have died since we brought you the story of him attacking joggers and passers-by for their food earlier in the week.

According to The Journal, a pile of feathers and the body of a dead bird found near the Ardkeen roundabout, where Jonathan used to perch, have led many to speculate that the laughing gull may have met his end in a gruesome way. 

Pic via WLR FM on Facebook

There has been no confirmation, as of yet, that Jonathan is in fact dead, and WLR FM, who first reported the story about him earlier this week, have encouraged anyone with any information to get in touch. 

Via WLR FM and The Journal