Dog’s dinner! Moment a bouncy corgi demolishes breakfast bar 10 minutes after its owner leaves the flat
An energetic corgi sent their owner’s breakfast bar crashing to the ground as they ran around the kitchen.
Footage captured in Chongqing, central China, shows the canine run into the table leg holding up the breakfast bar as another corgi sits peacefully on the other side of the room.
Just seconds later, the breakfast bar and all of its contents fall to the floor as both dogs attempt to run for shelter.
The corgi runs into the table leg that is holding the breakfast bar up at a flat in Chongqing, central China
The table and all of its content come crashing to the floor as the dogs run away
During the clip, which was filmed on January 5, the corgi with black fur runs back and forth in the kitchen.
The dog then runs into the the dog bed which skids along the floor and knocks into the one table leg propping up the breakfast bar – sending it crashing to the floor.
Moments later, the owner of the flat returns to the property and looks around in disbelief as all three of his corgis slowly approach him.
He begins to pick items off the floor and clean the mess in his flat as his dogs sheepishly watch on.
Another clip later shows the owner’s wife appearing to scold the dog for the mess.
The woman, who has been named in reports as Ms Yang, said that she had left for just 10 minutes that day when the dogs caused chaos in her living room.
In 2020, two-year-old a dog called Fallon was caught on camera smashing her owners’ glass coffee table after she misjudged a jump.
The dogs runs for shelter as the breakfast bar loses balance and the table falls to the ground
The corgis watch on as their owner begins to pick up items and clean the mess in his flat
The dog’s owners filmed the misjudged jump at their home in San Diego, California.
Footage showed the Doberman following owner Paul into the living room and leaping from behind the couch, only to tumble off and hit the table.
Fallon quickly stood up and looked at the glass covering the floor while her shocked owners covered their mouths in shock.
The dog’s owner later said the pooch had been playing in the garden and was chasing Paul back inside when the incident took place.
Two-year-old Doberman Fallon landed head-first onto her owners’ glass coffee table at their home in San Diego, California