MPs Ann and Alan Keen have been slammed by constituents after their expenses claims were published on the internet.
Mr Keen, who represents Feltham and Heston, bought four shredders in less than a year, charged the taxpayer £88 to have his toilet unblocked and submitted receipts for Gruyere cheese, doughnuts, pate and fig rolls.
Mr and Mrs Keen claimed between £165 to £265 each month to have their central London flat cleaned while Mrs Keen, who represents Brentford and Isleworth, spent £10,000 printing and delivering newsletters.
The couple – who have been dubbed Mr and Mrs Expenses – are already under fire for claiming their empty home in Brentford is the home they spend the most time in.
Paul Brownlee, from Brentford, said: "How dare they exploit me and their constituents with such impunity. We expect our MPs to be upstanding, to serve, and to exercise sound judgement. The Keen's have failed on all counts.
"This is nothing short of legalised mugging, and if they have a shred of dignity left then they should do the decent thing and resign now, without waiting for the next election, which is just another opportunity to extend their allowances and add to their coffers."
The Keens were unavailable for comment at the time of publication.