These uninvited guests real party animals.
Indulge in a shot of hard liquor, a freshly made brunch spread, a few bags of chips and a pair of daring baboons Breaking into women’s rental housing Almost destroyed her birthday breakfast celebration in Knysna, South Africa.
“Baboons just came to my houseI ate the avocado I was making for breakfast and drank a Hennessy,” Twitter user Esethu Zoe Williams exclaimed in a viral video on Saturday. She then shared footage of the hairy intruder Monkey In her AirBnB’s kitchen.
“I’m traumatized,” Williams confessed in a subsequent tweet that scare more than 84,000 likes. jump from counter to counteropened a bag of chips while she and her screaming friends were horrified.
Another clip, which has been viewed more than 291,000 times, shows Williams and her companions gulping down a glass of brandy left outside the property’s patio as they watch from the window.
“It used up the entire glass and left us with an almost empty glass,” she tweeted.
And Williams’ more than 4,000 Twitter followers, most of whom are sympathetic, found great humor in the horror monkey house.
“life is hard wherever. They needed an alcohol break,” commented one of her followers, amused that the baboons unabashedly took a sip of Hennessy.
“Someone said, these things are human, but they pretend as if they can’t speak avoid paying taxesDrink Hennessy? ’ said another joke, adding a series of laughing emojis for emphasis.
Others shared their unexpected encounters with apes while on vacation.
“A monkey came to our patio table and ate Jinbali’s chateau gateau cake. I’m still not healed,” one commenter revealed.
In a statement to Storyful, Williams revealed that her jungle-dwelling intruder strolled into her rental home after she and her friends forgot to close the door behind them.
“I accidentally left the door open while making breakfast when two baboons came in,” Williams said. I ate eggs and avocado and bread before popping a snack.
Luckily, she and her group managed to cheer up the baboons and resume the birthday brunch festivities.
“We finally got them scream and charge towards [them]’ added Williams. “When they were out, they drank the liquor that had been left there from the previous day.”
Once the monkey escaped, she and her friends enjoyed a meal outdoors with a view.
“I’m back,” she wrote as the caption of a video tweet, showcasing a seaside breakfast without monkeys.