Offbeat Monkey Lunges at Tourist and Grabs Her Hair After Stealing Her Hat

07:06  11 april  2018
07:06  11 april  2018 Source:   Inside Edition

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This is the hilarious moment an "angry" monkey attacks a tourist after she tried to retrieve her hat from the animal. The footage, captured near Cancun, Mexico, shows the woman interacting with a monkey which seems to really like her hat . The monkey can be seen grabbing the woman’s hat . ‘

This is the hilarious moment an "angry" monkey attacks a tourist after she tried to retrieve her hat from the animal. The footage, captured near Cancun, Mexico, shows the woman interacting with a monkey which seems to really like her hat .

A tourist got quite a fright as a monkey in Cancun suddenly turned violent and grabbed her hair after stealing her hat.

The woman was visiting the Mexican resort city in July 2017 when she came across the curious little monkey that took an interest in the Vancouver Canucks hat she was wearing.

The monkey climbed on a fence and appeared to observe the tourist before reaching out and taking the hat right off the woman's head. 

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A tourist got more than she bargained for when a monkey violently pulled her hair after she jokingly tried to tell it off for stealing her hat . Danniella Westbrook is wanted by police for 'intimidation and malicious communication' amid claims she stole £10,000 from a former friend.

This is the hilarious moment an "angry" monkey attacks a tourist after she tried to retrieve her hat from the animal. The footage, captured near Cancun, Mexico, shows the woman interacting with a monkey which seems to really like her hat .

"You're stealing my hat, don't steal my hat," she was heard saying in a video which has gone viral. 

The tourist then tried to get her hat back, and that's when the monkey turned violent, lunging at the woman, grabbing her long blonde hair and pulling it through the fence. 

As the tourist screamed out in pain and shock, the monkey eventually released her from his grip after a few seconds. 

Luckily, the tourist escaped with no injuries

Monkey Lunges at Tourist and Grabs Her Hair After Stealing Her Hat © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Monkey Lunges at Tourist and Grabs Her Hair After Stealing Her Hat She later wrote about the incident online and explained what occurred. 

“My friends and I were exploring the grounds of a resort we stayed at near Cancun last summer when we happened upon some random monkeys sharing an enclosure in a wooded area near the entrance of the resort," she wrote. "Though they had food and water, the monkeys seemed bored. Fancying myself a bit of an animal whisperer, I began trying to engage them.

"The first two monkeys we met seemed quite friendly — one actually reached for my water bottle and allowed me to give him a drink. The monkey in the video, who was separated from the other two, was fascinated with my Vancouver Canucks hat. I didn't realize how badly he wanted it until it was too late," she wrote. 

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