In the video, the man is seen holding the bottle for the monkey as he quenches his thirst. Soon after, another monkey arrives at the spot and tries to grab the bottle from his hand and also drinks water from the bottle.
A gang of robbers in India's national capital had monkeys as their unusual but very useful partners in crime. They used to rob unsuspecting people with the help of their trained monkeys.
In Thailand, hundreds of monkeys were seen scrimmaging over a single banana. This is due to the reduction in numbers of tourists to Thailand since the outbreak of COVID-19.
The video was shared by retired American basketball player Rex Everett Chapman on Twitter. Rex said, “Can’t remember the last time I saw a monkey ride-up on a motorcycle and try to steal a toddler. It’s been ages...”
The fearless primates rule the streets around the Prang Sam Yod temple in the centre of Lopburi, patrolling the tops of walls and brazenly ripping the rubber seals from car doors.
A troop of monkeys in India attacked a medical official and snatched away blood samples of patients who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus, authorities said on Friday.
Jallaf further noted that roaming with animals in public places, and outside facilities authorised to be inside them, attracts a penalty of imprisonment for no less than one month and not more than six months and a fine of between Dhs10,000 and up to Dhs500,000 or one of the two penalties.
During India's nationwide coronavirus lockdown, most of the macaques left the city for the countryside to look for food.
The 59-year-old pianist plays the piano to an audience of hungry monkeys in Thailand’s Lopburi .