Thousands of sex-crazed monkeys continue to cause havoc in the Thai city of Lopburi by attacking locals and stealing property.
The 6,000 macaques running free in the city were previously tolerated by locals as it helped to attract tourists who paid good money to feed them fruit and take pictures.
But lockdowns have stopped the tourists from coming which means the monkeys are running short on supplies, with new footage showing them turn violent and leaving locals struggling to keep control.
One monkey can be seen attacking a woman by jumping at her and pulling her by the hair, while another video shows a monkey casually stealing a protective facemask from a young boy.
Macaques monkeys are still causing havoc in the Thai city of Lopburi as footage of the ‘sex-crazed’ pests shows them attacking a woman. The monkeys are used to being fed by tourists, but with lockdown resulting in fewer people visiting Lopburi, they are becoming more erratic in their behaviour
Meanwhile, several monkeys were seen bathing in a local pool in Lopburi, as temperatures can reach 35 degrees celsius in the Thai city, while others have forcibly taken food from the back of the cars of locals.
People have sought to appease them with junk food, but the sugary diet has turned them sex-crazed and that they are now breeding faster than before.
As a result, locals have resorted to giving the monkeys watermelon and other foods such as sweetcorn in order to calm them down.
Monkeys have been seen fighting with each other as they scrap for any food they can find caused by the lack of tourists coming into Lopburi to feed them.
Areas of the city have become no-go zones, with one abandoned cinema serving as the macaques’ headquarters – and cemetery of their warrior kings.
Dead monkeys are laid to rest by their peers in the projection room in the cinema’s rear and any human who enters is attacked by the vicious hoards.
A troop of macaques invades a shop. People have sought to appease…
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