When You Don’t Read The “Don’t Feed The Monkeys” Sign

For those who say rules are there to be broken, let this be a warning – you may end up covered in monkeys.

This is the lesson learnt by a man who was photographed carrying the weight of a dozen or so primates, with many more waiting to assail, after apparently “not reading the ‘don’t feed the monkeys’ sign”.

The image was posted on Reddit, where concerned commenters helpfully pointed out that monkeys carry diseases harmful to humans, including hepatitis B and rabies. Others made light of the situation and the photo inevitably spawned a number of amusing edits.

More: Reddit h/t: telegraph






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