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A state of chaos witnessed in the British Parliament, after a fox was seen wandering inside Parliament, which led to chaos after chasing him and trying to arrest him.
The British newspaper, "The Guardian", stated that it is not clear how this animal entered the building, while the police carried out a rapid hunt, as journalist Kate Ferguson provided direct coordinates while searching for those responsible and trying to arrest him on many floors.
The police eventually caught the fox, put it inside a box, escorted him outside the building, and then brought him back to the streets of London.
The incident surprised politicians and civil servants, as Kerry McCarthy, the former shadow environment minister in the Labor Party, wrote: “It looks like there was a fox running around the Portcolis House about half an hour ago, I can't believe I missed all these dramatic events.”
Conservative Representative Julia Lopez said: “Leave the office in Westminster, and watch a fox climb the stairs in Portcullis House .. We have seen some strange things in Parliament since 2017, but this exceeds all of the above.” Others asked whether chasing foxes was considered One of the strange parliamentary rituals.
Some social media users humorously pointed to what prominent lawyer Julion Mugam, who sparked controversy recently after writing on Twitter, said: "I already killed this morning fox with a baseball bat."
It is reported that this is not the first time that an animal has been found inside Parliament buildings .. In January 2018, a bird known as "Abu al-Han" found its way to the House of Commons.