Diner at popular London igloo restaurant horrified after spotting SIX mice darting around tables

A CUSTOMER at a popular London igloo restaurant was left feeling cheesed off after spotting SIX mice scurrying about under the table.

Hoping for a "cute" evening out, the diner booked an outdoor table at Coppa Club, Tower Bridge – but was horrified when she clocked several rodents darting around.

The TikToker, posting under the name Dispart, shared a clip from the venue beside the Thames and claims the outdoor area was "infested" with mice.

She shared a picture of the famed lit-up igloos with the caption: "We were looking forward to our meal in these cute igloos in London".

But the video then shows footage of a number of mice running about under the table inside one of the igloos.

Writing over the skin-crawling clip reads: "The igloos were infested with mice.

"There were about six in each one, on the floor and on the seats too."

In the comments, the TikToker added: "Just to be clear – every igloo we saw had numerous mice in them.

"On the floor, on the seats, and I can imagine on the tables overnight too."

Many rushed to respond that they had also encountered mice at the Tower BridgeCoppa Club.

One wrote: "Just had the same experience last week.

"The staff apologies (sic) but it wasn't until we complained that we got money off our bill."

A second chipped in: "I had the same experience and the food wasn't even that good."

And a third added: "Had the same experience."

But fans of the river-side spot took to the comments to defend the restaurant.

One said: "To be fair I've been to multiple bars/ restaurants in London with the same problem."

Another replied: "I went there a few years ago and it was lovely and no mice. Hopefully it was a one off."

A further user added: "But it's outside? Not much they can do about that lol."

The Sun Online has contacted Coppa Club Tower Bridge for a response.

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