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Tatler Magazine's 'Office Dog' Killed In Grisly Revolving Door Accident

Posted at 7:14AM Wednesday 16 Jan 2013

Staff at the high-society magazine Tatler are in mourning after their in-house dachshund came to a grisly end, killed by the office revolving doors.

Alan TBH Plumptre, a hound often ferried in the best designer handbags, was doted on at the monthly publication and had gathered 2,500 followers to his own Twitter account.

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