At one end of the country, residents are plagued
with aggressive seagulls. At the other end, it’s a
quite different and rather more imposing pest that’s
bothering the populace. The wild boar has been human
prey for centuries, since Odysseus was wounded in the
leg during a hunt, up through French king Philippe IV,
who fell off his horse, to the fatal goring of King Robert
Baratheon (though he of course is fictional).