Monkey-human conflicts are common. From entering houses and stealing food to snatching things, most have witnessed the antics of these wild animals. Now, a clip of a monkey reminded of WWE superstars. Why? It pulled off a classic move – Choke Slam.
The eight seconds long video starts with a monkey sitting on the wall of a house while a man attempts to chase it away. The monkey, in no mood to go away, climbs on a higher platform. The man tries to throw something at the monkey. This is when it seizes the opportunity to attack the man. The animal holds the man by his neck and pins him down.
Watch the video here:
Kalesh B/w Moneky and A Human pic.twitter.com/YcHkI0ZVv4— r/Ghar Ke Kalesh (@gharkekalesh) October 19, 2022
The video was first shared on Twitter and has over 6 lakh views.
“This monkey belongs to WWE........great skills,” a user wrote.
This monkey belongs to WWE........great skills pic.twitter.com/XyaWiEf1au— sumit singh (@slowlysumit1) October 20, 2022
Another user called the monkey “Bandar Cena”, referring to WWE star wrestler John Cena.
And his name is bandar cena— Rajatbatra (@Rajatra17998253) October 20, 2022
The monkey was declared the winner by most of the people on the social media platform.
Flawless victory— Sudani from Nigeria (@sudanimon) October 20, 2022
A person joked saying that the monkey “was watching WWE from the window”.
He was watching WWE from window💪— Unknown (@SurajPa42655179) October 19, 2022
Another user reacted, “And, his name is "John Cena".
And his name is "John Cena"— Zakir ali (@Zakiral29932582) October 20, 2022
Another Twitter user dubbed the monkey's move a “neck breaker blockbuster”.
Neck breaker blockbuster😂— Rajeev Malviya 🇮🇳 (@Raj_Eve_) October 20, 2022
Earlier, a monkey had snatched the spectacles of a district magistrate in Mathura's Vrindavan. The video of the incident displayed the official, Navneet Chahal, along with several policemen gathered under a building to get the glasses back from the monkey. The animal kept the men on their toes for some time before the glasses could be retrieved.