A mischievous moggy sneaked past security to sit on top of a warm fridge and glare at shoppers – in a SUPERMARKET.
The grumpy ginger puss was caught for the second time chilling in the supermarket aisles, while bemused shoppers looked on.
The sneaky cat was photographed above the ready meals and pizzas earlier this week at a Sainsbury’s Local in Brockley, south east London.
When the six-year-old Tomcat called Olly was removed by security, the stubborn cat simply sauntered back in taking no notice of bemused shoppers.
Olly’s owner Adam Oliver said that his pussycat was fond of the Sainsbury’s store near his home in Brockley.
When asked about his trademark scorn he said: “That’s just his face”.
Twitter user Nigel Thornberry who spotted the grumpy cat atop the pizzas and ready meals said: “The cat has come back to Brockley Sainsbury’s.”
Another user joked: “He’s always there at 7 o’clock when the fish gets reduced.”
Other shoppers began becoming concerned with health and safety.
Rae on Twitter said: “Environmental health guidelines mean the store should not allow the cat in!”
Whilst another user Heather said: “Er, health and safety?! Lol.”