Crafty London fox ‘way too comfortable’ on women’s bed during ‘scary’ home visit

A brazen fox made itself "way too comfortable" on a woman's bed when the wild beast dropped by in a "scary" home visit.

While many Londoners are used to seeing foxes skulking around the streets and in the shadows in the capital's residential areas, it's less common to spot them waiting for you on your bed.

However, one TikTok user came home to find the wild animal had bedded down right where she sleeps, The Mirror reports.

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It started began with a walkthrough from the kitchen with the caption: "I had a surprise visitor this morning."

As she entered the bedroom the fox barely moved or flinched as it lay on the bed and made itself comfortable.

Holly captioned the TikTok video: "Foxes in London be getting way too comfortable," and accompanied the video with the track Billie Eilish by Armani White.

Just like the song says, the fox looked "stylish" as it made its way into Holly's home and seemed to refuse to move from the bed it had made home.

Replying to another TikTok user Holly said the experience was "scary" as the "bold" fox had snuck into her home as she let her cat out.

She wrote: "She was v cute but the whole thing was so scary!!! She snuck in the back door which was open for 5 mins to let the cat out… so bold."

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The video gathered more than 72,000 likes on the social media site and many found the thought of the fox in the house "adorable" while others struggled to imagine what they would do in the situation.

One wrote: "Urban foxes in the UK are legit domesticating themselves according to research, this just solidifies the hypothesis."

Another added: "I can’t begin to explain how hard it is watching other people living my dream."

While a third was concerned for the cleanliness of the house visitor, they wrote: "They're so cute but they carry some nasty stuff on them. Wash your linens first chance you get!"

Some users were curious as to how Holly managed to get rid of her new friend and she enlightened them.

She said: "We read they don’t like loud noises so we lightly banged a pot and used a broom to kind of coax her out. She was only a baby so felt terrible haha."


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