Arrogant monkey tears drink carton from tourist’s pocket in Chinese national park [Video]
Cheeky monkey runs up tourist’s leg to steal carton of milk from pocket in Chinese national park
- Monkey filmed climbing unsuspecting woman’s leg and grabbing it
- He rummages in his pocket to find a carton of milk which he then tears and drinks from.
- Images recorded in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China’s Hunan Province
It’s the moment a cheeky monkey ran over a woman’s leg to steal a carton of milk from her pocket in a park in China.
The footage shows the unsuspecting tourist admiring the view in a scenic location when the monkey jumps on top of him and grabs his thigh.
The clip was recorded in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in south-central Hunan Province on Tuesday, December 21.
Cheeky monkey was filmed running down a woman’s leg to steal a carton of milk from her pocket in a national park in China
In the video, the sneaky animal is seen tearing open the carton of milk while it is still in its pocket, causing it to spill onto the floor.
The monkey then draws the milk from the woman’s pocket as it holds her jacket and balances on her leg.
The woman lets the monkey get his fill, and the cheeky guy is later seen holding the cardboard on the floor after apparently drinking it dry.
The monkey descends to the ground and sits innocently with the empty cardboard box in its hands.
In the video, the sly animal is seen tearing open the carton of milk while it is still in its pocket, causing it to spill onto the floor
The woman later said the monkey blew her up first, but didn’t hurt her, adding that she let him keep the drink and remembered to throw the cardboard away afterward.
Another visitor to Forest Park, who has not been named, reportedly said: “The monkeys are very arrogant! They’ll just grab something if you don’t give it to them.
After the video was shared widely on social media, a park spokesperson reminded visitors to always stay alert when encountering monkeys at scenic spots.
They also said visitors should not feed or tease the animals, as they could become aggressive.