Toff’s in Muswell Hill vandalised as flowers lie outside for late owner George Georgiou
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Toff’s in Muswell Hill was vandalised on Sunday night despite floral tributes lining the shopfront for its late owner George Georgiou.
The fish and chips restaurant’s main window - now boarded up - was reportedly smashed with wood after the vandal failed the first time to break it with a glass bottle.
The perpetrator then allegedly broke a car’s wing mirror and smashed a plant pot at a house in St James Lane.
Muswell Business traders group said the area “will never be the same” without George as he was “one of our own”.
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