來自德文郡托特尼斯的馬丁-格林（Martyn Green）說，最近在海鷗 "刺傷我的頭頂 "之後，他的脖子上流着血。
格林先生的房東說，他們正在研究採取 "最適當的措施 "來處理這個問題。
Martyn Green, from Totnes in Devon, said he was recently left with blood running down his neck after the gull "stabbed me in the top of my head".
Mr Green's landlord said it was looking into "the most appropriate measures" to take to deal with the problem.
Mr Green, 62, who lives with wife Julie, said: "The male is particularly aggressive. The other day he came down, swooped up from behind me and stabbed me in the top of the head. I had blood that came running down the head and down the back of my shirt.
"Sometimes you just feel like you are trapped within your own house. I'd like to come out and get my garden done, but every time I do it just swoops for me."
"When the nesting period is over, I would like them to put sensible chimney pots that the birds can't nest in, and bird wires to stop them coming back again," he said.
James Reseigh, of LiveWest Housing Association, said "We have spoken to Mr Green and assured him we will appoint a licensed contractor to look into the most appropriate, preventative measures for this particular home."
"We are going to liaise with LiveWest... to ask them to arrange to gull-proof the property once the current nest of gulls have gone."
Natural England said local authorities and their contractors need to apply for licences to control gulls, which can include allowing the destruction of nests and eggs where appropriate.