AN inquisitive fox has been found living at the top of the Shard in London, Europe's tallest skyscraper. The fox - dubbed Romeo by rescuers - was discovered on the 72nd-floor summit of London's Shard tower. He spent two weeks there before pest controllers snared him in a special bated cage, reports The Sun. The Shard building, still under construction, offers sensational panoramic views across London. It was an unlikely home for a scavenger - until the fearless young intruder clawed his way 945ft to the top. The creature was finally returned to earth by pest controllers, who completed a terrifying climb up the building's central stairwell. Les Leonard, pest control manager at Southwark Council, said: "It was unbelievable. To get up there the fox would have had to climb 71 sets of stairs and an old-fashioned ladder. "We finally caught him in a large fox cage, baited with chicken carcasses. You have to go up in a hoist from the 35th to the 72nd floor - it set my nerves on edge." WO