A pigeon just got caught in the wire of our office's smoking balcony and one of the guys just went to cut it out with the only 'sharp' knife we have in our kitchen. He eventually cut away enough of the wire that the pigeon escaped.
As he went to put it back in the cup that stores all our office cutlery and someone screamed across the room to throw it out because it had been near an AIDsy pigeon foot.
A debate has been raging about 20 mins about the future of the knife - half the room wants the knife thrown in the bin, and the other half say that after a wash it'll be fine and since it's our only 'sharp' knife it'll never get replaced due to our laziness. One guy says he's going to need it to cut open his bag of porridge this afternoon. I've never seen such polarization.
Should the knife be thrown out? Why would you bother to save a feathered rat in the first instance rather than point and laugh at it? What kind of man eats porridge in the afternoon? We're living in exciting times