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and would look at introducing a bylaw with fines for people who continue to feed them.
Legislation was introduced to outlaw bird feeding in London's Trafalgar Square after a similar campaign was launched by former mayor, Ken Livingstone. He branded pigeons 'flying rats'.
Suzanne Kirkwood, 58, from New Moston, said: "They do carry a lot of disease. But how else would they get their food if we didn't feed them? You can't let them starve.
"You don't know what diseases they are carrying. You've got young children playing around in the gardens.
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"I wouldn't fine people straight away. You've got to find somewhere else they can go."
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Steve Pollard, 41, from Cornwall, who is in Manchester to watch United, said: "I think it's a daft idea at the end of the day. The pigeons have always been here. They're a Nike Cortez Grey Fleece
"I feed them in my garden. They've got to cull them to keep them down, but they should only do it humanely."
Rocio, who has travelled to Manchester to work as an au pair, said: "In Seville, there are buildings from the 15th century. I think Nike Cortez 72 Red the pigeons are a plague. They are air rats. They have many illnesses. We don't like them at home. I think they should kill them."
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"They make an awful mess on the floor. I say get rid of them. The RSPCA should come and collect them. People should be fined for feeding them."
home city is 'plagued' by pigeons and people should be made to stop feeding them here too.
But Bill Curtis, 63, from East Didsbury, said: "I think there are too many of them. They cause disease.
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But, while some visitors to Piccadilly Gardens are in favour of the ban, others are strongly against it.
Jason Wilson, 38, from Chorlton, said: "I don't like pigeons at all.
But her friend Manuel Gonzalez, 25, also from Seville, said: "They aren't a problem for me. I don't mind them. They're an animal just like us."
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