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Cheeky bulldog gains fame after urinating on Jacob Rees-Mogg placard at rally


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 A bulldog has gained minor fame after urinating on a photo of Jacob Rees-Mogg during an anti-Brexit dog march. 

Siobhan Goodchild, a remain supporter from Reading, took took her dogs Chunky and Bubbles to the 'Wooferendum' march in London on October 7. 

According to the Londog Blog, the event was a "mass walkies through central London to Parliament" for people and their dogs to gather together to call for a second Brexit vote. 

Feeling the call of nature part way through the walk, bulldog Chunky sniffed around a bollard which had a photo of Jacob Rees-Mogg on one side and a photo of Boris Johnson on the other, before perching up against it and urianting on the politician's faces. 

Posting the video on Twitter, his amused owner dubbed it the "best moment of the day". 

The comical moment has since featured in national newspapers, including The Times:

The two cheeky bulldogs even have their own Instagram account where it's clear to see their presence at the Wooferendum March went down pretty well.

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