Fox on vandalism spree in a dog cafe caught red-handed

A fox has forced a west London dog cafe to close after it was caught red-handed during a vandalism spree.

Alicia Ung, who owns Pawsitive Café in Notting Hill, said when she arrived to work on Sunday she initially thought the premises had been broken into.

When she found the fox inside it was peering around a corner at her and looked “frightened”.

Ms Ung said the fox caused “thousands of pounds of damage” and had ripped sofas and broken glass everywhere.

Images and video clips posted to social media, external show the fox had torn chunks of foam from an entire row of orange banquette seating and at least half a dozen chairs, as well as breaking crockery and glass and leaving tiny blood-stained pawprints over walls, floors and surfaces.

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