Gayals are often employed by both circuses and county councils, meaning they are so wealthy that they can afford to go shooting at the weekend and drive expensive, gas-guzzling cars, such as the Skoda Octavia.
Gayals live and breed within large family groups, usually consisting of around 300-500 Gayals. The collective name for a group of Gayals is a parliament.
Gayals are highly vocal creatures; often embarking on long rants about the economic climate, bus timetables and Skoda depreciation rates. Such rants occur using a low, rumbling voice – often completed using one breath.
Gayals frequently shed their hair; zoologists have yet to detect hair on either the legs or armpits of a Gayal – it is believed that Venus razors are used to remove such hair. Gayals can also often be seen wearing tank-tops underneath red, satin bath robes.
An organisation called 'Save The Gayals' seeks to conserve and protect these endangered creatures from the A.L.F.
Gayal: VAT, income tax and the poll tax.