A dog owner has a bone to pick with her pooch after discovering he'd destroyed her favourite sex toy – and found him hiding shame-faced by her bed.
Stacey Eales discovered pieces of pink plastic scattered across her staircase after returning home but was initially convinced Bugzy had chewed one of his own toys.
But when she realised the French bulldog-cross didn't have any pink toys, business developer Stacey marched into her bedroom and discovered her beloved item shredded on the floor.
Hilarious photos show the girthy pink sex aid in pieces after being munched by Bugzy, with the guilty 12-month-old peering sheepishly up at her from the floor by her bed.
The six-inch contraption is named "Tracy's Dog" – which the 29-year-old joked was ironically eaten by Stacey's dog.
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Stacey bought the toy just two months ago after reading rave reviews online and believes Bugzy was trying to destroy "the competition".
Despite the £57 aid taking a battering from Bugzy's jaws, Stacey said it still had some life left in and feebly quivered when turned on.
Stacey, from Nuneaton, Warks, said: "It was a really good toy to be fair, so I'm gutted.
"The dog ate 'the dog', I think Bugzy knew and was like, 'I'm the only dog in this house'.
"I got home from work knackered after a long day, made myself a cup of tea and started walking up the stairs.
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"I saw a little pink thing at the bottom of my stairs on my carpet and thought maybe he'd chewed up one of his toys.
"Then I realised he didn't have any pink toys and as I went into my bedroom I saw it in pieces on the floor.
"I remember thinking 'oh no, what have you done?'
"He just sat next to the bed and he looked so adorable I couldn't even tell him off."
Stacey said Bugzy had it in for the toy since day one, after chewing up the box within hours of it being delivered.
Stacey said: "When I bought this toy it was in a nice little posh box and had a little silky bag inside.
"I nipped out for an hour, came back and he'd chewed the box.
"I was a bit gutted that the box went but now it's the toy as well. I think it's his way of saying 'pay attention to me'.
"I'd used it the night before and I fell asleep straight after. I'd just slotted it between the mattress and the side of my bed.
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"In the morning I'd made my bed and gone to work, it didn't enter my mind that he might find it, but he likes to pull the quilt in and get in my spot when I go to work.
"Obviously he's pulled the quilt back, spotted it and probably thought 'oh, a new toy'.
"He's a nightmare with toys, he destroys them all – I bet that one was a bit of fun for him to chew on."
Stacey said that when she rescued the item from the floor and turned it on, it still managed to muster up a gentle vibration.
Stacey said: "It still vibrates a little bit now.
"One of the buttons still works, it's just a bit of a distorted vibration. I had to throw it away, but I'll get myself a new one.
"I wasn't cross with him, but I did find it funny. Out of everything he could have chewed I can't believe he chewed that.
"When I found it, he came upon the bed next to me and put his paw on me as if to say sorry, and I gave him a big cuddle.
"I've only had it two months, if I get a replacement one I'll definitely be hiding it in a different place.
"I'll be putting it in the safe."
Stacey shared the images online and jokingly wrote an ad that reads: "FREE TO A GOOD HOME. Breed: Staffy X Frenchie. Reason: HE'S A T***."
The post received more than 250 likes, comments and shares.
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But it's not the first time the pooch has chewed up her possessions, with Stacey's sofa, cushions and even her flip flops falling victim to insatiable chewing appetite.
Despite Bugzy's habit for munching on her possessions, Stacey claims he's still the "most well-behaved dog" she's ever had.
Stacey said: "He's an absolute baby, I couldn't be without him. He's a big softie.
"He's scared of cats and he wants attention all the time, he's so loving and affectionate.
"He's the most well-behaved dog I've ever had, apart from the odd little chewing. I can live with that."
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