"The man was running round like a bull in a china shop, knocking over tables and trampling the upset dishes underfoot."
or even metaphorically (no physical damage)
"I don't you going in there like a bull in a china shop, upsetting people by stirring up old antagonisms."
"Once out of his office, with no secretary to do the everyday things for him, he was like a fish out of water."
- For Teachers