Norton ups security after theft of €60k car
GRAHAM Norton is to increase security at his luxury London home after the property was ransacked by thieves who took off in his Lexus.
The Co Cork funnyman made a public appeal on his radio show over the weekend, asking listeners to keep an eye out for the car worth €60,000.
Norton (48) told his three million BBC Radio fans that the black Lexus Hybrid was "filthy, covered in dog hairs and full of junk". However, despite a flurry of texts, emails and tweets, the 4X4 is still missing.
The presenter (above) was enjoying a night out last Friday when burglars broke into his three-storey property.
He initially feared his two beloved pet dogs, a Labrador-poodle cross, Bailey, and a terrier cross called Madge had been stabbed. "When I realised the dogs were safe I realised everything else was just stuff," he said.