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A monkey bit a 15 year old student at a school in the central province of Phetchaburi, so he picked it up by the tail and slammed it to the ground. It might not seem nice, but it was an act of self-defence. In the video, numerous monkeys can be seen freely roaming around Prommanusorn School in Mueang district. Perhaps the students enjoy the monkey’s company, but the animals can be dangerous and carry diseases, like Nousai malaria, rabies, or… monkeypox. So, its understandable that he fought back. Thai media reported that the student suffered injuries on his right arm […]

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Officials from the ministry said they would send a specialist to the school to give teachers and students advice on how to leave peacefully with the monkeys.

From the Full Story link.   555

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Enough of the monkey business....just get rid of the alpha males from screwing around first. Then focus on the females. It is time that the authorities took some serious steps to introduce reproduction control measures to these creatures.....

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Having taught at Promma more than a decade ago am not surprised the monkeys are still a problem.  They tried the 'other species' solution when I was there but that had no affect.  The local monkeys live right next to the school on 'monkey mountain' and visit every day for fruit from campus trees and for garbage snacks.  During my time there monkey-proof garbage cans were suggested but never implemented.  The 'other species' monkeys were brought in and the local monkeys initially spent some time looking at them but realized quickly the 'other species' were in cages and going nowhere.  Funny that they are trying that again ... history repeating itself ... and likely to no avail.  

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I seriosuly hate monkeys like this. Ever since I went to Bali over 30 years ago and I had a confrontation with one of these little devil beasts I have hated them ever since. Give me a chimpanzee any day. I would slam that little MF myself. Good for the kid to do that.

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Mot sure I'd of handled it much different if bitten by one of those beast.

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They are, and have always been, a much bigger problem and a more dangerous one than soi dogs. 

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22 minutes ago, Cabra said:

Mot sure I'd of handled it much different if bitten by one of those beast.

yep

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2 hours ago, HolyCowCm said:

I seriosuly hate monkeys like this. Ever since I went to Bali over 30 years ago and I had a confrontation with one of these little devil beasts I have hated them ever since. Give me a chimpanzee any day. I would slam that little MF myself. Good for the kid to do that.

The animals  are like that because of the humans. If the humans did not feed them and ignored them, the problem would be managed. It is no different than the idiots who visit national parks in USA and Canada, leave their vehicles to feed bears and then complain when a bear charges them or harasses them when they are camping.   What is not mentioned as to what the 15 year old did previously to the interaction with the animal.

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1 hour ago, DiJoDavO said:

This kid is definitely gonna survive monkeypox like a boss. 

Why? Thai primates  do not act as a reservoir of the virus.  Thais do not eat African squirrels or Gambian pouched rats, which act as the virus reservoir. If Monkeypox comes to Thailand it will most likely come from European tourist since it is difficult for Nigerians and CAR nationals to enter Thailand.

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16 minutes ago, Vigo said:

Why? Thai primates  do not act as a reservoir of the virus.  Thais do not eat African squirrels or Gambian pouched rats, which act as the virus reservoir. If Monkeypox comes to Thailand it will most likely come from European tourist since it is difficult for Nigerians and CAR nationals to enter Thailand.

 

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teacher that monkey ate my homework!!! go clap the erasers as punishment!

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After Kramer has an incident with a monkey at the zoo:

Zookeeper:  He's just an innocent primate.

Kramer:  So am I!  

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Tomorrow will see an upward surge of the sale of catapults and marbles to teenagers.

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1 hour ago, Vigo said:

The animals  are like that because of the humans. If the humans did not feed them and ignored them, the problem would be managed. It is no different than the idiots who visit national parks in USA and Canada, leave their vehicles to feed bears and then complain when a bear charges them or harasses them when they are camping.   What is not mentioned as to what the 15 year old did previously to the interaction with the animal.

It does seem to be the case - most times you hear of these monkeys behaving aggressively is it from somewhere where they have got used to being fed.

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9 hours ago, IneptoCracy said:

Tomorrow will see an upward surge of the sale of catapults and marbles to teenagers.

dont forget guns !

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Officers from the ministry said they plan on introducing more monkeys, of a different species, near the school grounds.

That sounds like America's "solution" to the gun crisis.

 

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The ministry will also work on neutering the monkey population to prevent them from breeding further

Oh cool. After that, do the dogs.

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12 hours ago, Vigo said:

The animals  are like that because of the humans. If the humans did not feed them and ignored them, the problem would be managed. It is no different than the idiots who visit national parks in USA and Canada, leave their vehicles to feed bears and then complain when a bear charges them or harasses them when they are camping.   What is not mentioned as to what the 15 year old did previously to the interaction with the animal.

Those type of monkeys are always into something. They are just never scared of humans 

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They sent somebody to teach how to handle those monkeys how about send some body to teach normal school lessons teach them how to count and normal education but i think the elite not want them to smart and they succeed really well in accomplish that goal 

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21 hours ago, Vigo said:

What is not mentioned as to what the 15 year old did previously to the interaction with the animal.

right, cause there's no way hungry wild animals with numbers on a child could ever take aggressive action unprovoked.

how do they not just hire a guy to keep them off

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On 5/25/2022 at 9:23 PM, Thaiger said:

A monkey bit a 15 year old student at a school in the central province of Phetchaburi, so he picked it up by the tail and slammed it to the ground. It might not seem nice, but it was an act of self-defence. In the video, numerous monkeys can be seen freely roaming around Prommanusorn School in Mueang district. Perhaps the students enjoy the monkey’s company, but the animals can be dangerous and carry diseases, like Nousai malaria, rabies, or… monkeypox. So, its understandable that he fought back. Thai media reported that the student suffered injuries on his right arm […]

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FFS Thai monkeys do not carry Monkey pox! It's an African disease stoop spreading misinformation and stupid media hype! The only way that Thai monkeys will get monkey pox is if an infected human starts raping Thai monkeys...

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21 hours ago, DiJoDavO said:

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The article actually says that Thai monkeys carry Monkey pox among other diseases which is totally false. Unless gay Americans or Europeans have been recently raping monkeys in Thailand. 

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