Paolo Di Canio quit as manager of Swindon Town on Monday citing numerous broken promises made by the club during his tenure as the reason for his departure. Di Canio failed to return his keys for the Swindon Town office after stepping down though and they proved useful as when he returned late on Wednesday night to retrieve a few mementos from his office.
But he returned, at 11.50pm on Wednesday night, under cover of darkness.
Using keys that he had kept after standing down, he entered the manager’s office and ripped down photographs of his successful 21-month spell as boss.
League One promotion hopefuls Town have now been forced to change the locks.
Di Canio was caught in the act on CCTV entering the office and removing the mementos.
Security at the club discovered Di Canio and Swindon are considering further action.
Swindon are currently top of League One after defeating Tranmere 3-1 on Tuesday under the stewardship of Di Canio's assistant.
Bizarrely Di Canio is currently second favourite at 11/4 to be the next Swindon Town manager.