Thai monkeys try to rape Russian tourist

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According to the translation, this happened on Koh Phi Phi. The woman's friends fought the amorous monkeys off.

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Be careful with monkeys!

Most monkeys are rather unpleasant animals - they smell badly and can act highly aggressively against people, throwing objects at them often acting in a group - and if monkeys are accustomed to humans (especially stupid foreign tourists), they are also not known to be 'thankful', just taking away quickly your food and other items, and they can also bit, cratch or injure you otherwise. They will take away, whatever they can, in this case with the Russian woman, even want to take off her clothings.

Never give anything to a monkey playfully, like in this picture with this Russian woman. Monkeys feel excited about that, more and more are coming, finally attacking you.

I remember the monkeys around the temple mountain in Prachuab Kiri Khan City in Thailand. These monkeys know, how to stop even cars, never open the window or you have them all in the car. Vendors are selling you overpriced bananas, but never make a hoax with a monkey and try to play with it, like to show it a banana on the left side and then put it to the right side, it will angrily attack you immediately.

You must know how to deal with monkeys, they must fear you - some Thai vendors I have seen with a cane, touch a banana which is not paid yet by a stupid foreign tourist and the cane is straight over the monkey's body. This really hurts, and ALL monkeys know that, they never touch the vendor and they will not take away his bananas until they are sold to a foreigner.

You can give training to some certain monkeys in captivity, to collect fruits etc. but always keep them carefully on a chain, otherwise gone. I also remember all the monkeys in Malaysia, while I was at the plantage there near Kuala Lipis. They are sometimes used for some work on high trees, but you must know how to deal with them like farmers living in such areas.

What most monkeys do not like at all is a bucket of water, this Russian tourist needs only to go into the sea water next to her and I think these monkeys will not follow her. Monkeys are also running away when you take a picture with flashlight, even by day.

A cane, if you know how to use it, is maybe the best. Monkeys can good communicate among each other, they understand pain and what is causing the pain.

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monkey see monkey do ;)

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I encountered monkeys in a mountain park in Sichuan province, China. The monkeys where ok around the Chinese and women but very aggressive around myself and my Canadian friend. One alpha male grabbed my hand and tried to bite it but I pulled away before he could. My friend was just walking by and not trying to feed them anything and one of the buggers bit his thumb. He has an open bleeding wound that they had to dowse with Iodine. and hope not to get rabies. Both in Taiwan and China the monkeys I encountered basically "mugged" people. . searching their pockets aggressively.

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Any bite from a monkey should be immediately followed up with 3-5 doses of post-exposure Rabies vaccine over a period of around six weeks... I had to go through it a few months ago...

Don't skip it and take the chance... it's just not worth the risk.

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Well, she sure looks like she does not need any help.
Poor monkeys... ;)

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More monkey business...

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Yes!

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[quote name='kamikaze' timestamp='1350191970' post='174495']
More monkey business...

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Old news here but it's been suggested that this was staged.

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Who cares?! :P

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Well, the monkeys sure know how to choose their target :drool:

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Monkeys ain't stupid.

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Who cares..#2 :drool:

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Only monkeys could get away with that in a public place..... :drool:

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I wonder what the monkeys were up to?? Looking for milk? :drool: Edited by ironloyalty

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:secret: They could probably be easily trained to perform this stunt. :thmbup:

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