Oui Oui: France's presidential dog makes his mark


French President Emmanuel Macron has been left red-faced during a meeting in his office after his pet dog interrupted proceedings by urinating against a fire place.

The footage shows the black Labrador-Griffon cross relieving himself in the background as Mr Macron talks with three junior members of his government.

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"He is doing something quite exceptional", Macron explained.

"I wondered what that noise was", Brune Poirson, junior minister for ecology, remarks as the participants take in the scene.

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The incident was captured by French TV station TF1, which was recording the discussion. He is the first presidential dog in France to have been adopted from an animal rescue shelter. The Secretary of state under the Minister of the consolidation of the territories of Julien Denormandie asked how often this happens, what macron replied with a smile that this is unusual behavior provoked the dog present.

Macron was trying to combat flagging personal ratings and an image as a high-handed technocrat when he spent several hours selecting the dog with his wife Brigitte.

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Nicholas Sarkozy's dogs reportedly caused thousands of euros of damage to the palace furniture.