Just got off the tram at Toorak Rd - Stop 22 and walked a few meters when I got attacked on my left eye. I have witnessed others getting attacked at the same place. Be careful a time his stop folks.
I was walking fast towards tram stop 22(to city) to catch tram to work this morning 8:45am, suddenly, i feel my head was punched by a bird and my right eye felt a bit pain, then i saw that bird stopped not far away from me on the tram line. I wasn't wearing hat or sunglasses, I was shocked, first time happen to me, so scary, i nearly lost my eye....cannot believe it happens on such a busy road st kilda road with so many trams and people.
We were walking along the footpath going for breakfast minding our own business when a giant magpie swooped down and attacked my 6ft4 friend. He had unfortunately been on a 15 hour long bender and then did a night shift at work so he wasn't in the greatest of states. It was traumatic and 100% unprovoked
On 10th July Tuesday around 9 am, something suddently swooped from my right side of forehead and then it went away. i felt a pressure on my right foreahead just above right eye brow at that moment and some eye pain and cant open my right eyes and my right eyes got some tears out. i didnt even realize it was a bird. i didnt see anything fell into the ground. When I showed my eyes to my work colleague that morning, the right bottom of eye conjunctiva was red and congested. This morning around 9 am 11 July 2018, I sighted a bird with black and white color inside the fence of the Wesley college and realized it is a magpie bird that my work colleague mentioned.