Vrindavan Monkey Video: Watch: Monkey grabs District Magistrate’s glasses in Vrindavan, video goes viral

There are many places in India, where you can come across these notorious gangs of thieving monkeys, who would steal anything from your hands in the blink of an eye to leave you clueless. Mathura, the holy city of India which is also the birthplace of Lord Krishna is also known for its monkey menace. Hordes of these hungry monkeys can often be seen rampaging through homes in search of food while causing a lot of trouble for everyone.

Recently, a video has gone viral on the internet where a monkey can be seen stealing the eyeglasses of a high government official and the cops had to struggle hard to get the item back from the smart animal. The incident happened when DM Mathura Navneet Singh Chahal had visited the famous Banke Bihari temple in Mathura to survey the Janmashtami.

incident. As the DM crossed a road, a monkey quickly jumped up and grabbed his glasses. What happened next really caught the attention of netizens, as the cops had to go to great lengths to retrieve the glasses.

Video of the incident was shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Praveen Kaswan. “If you had not seen someone more powerful than the district magistrate of a district in India. A monkey snatches glasses from DM Navneet Chahal in Vrindavan, Mathura. After some pleading, the monkeys returned the glasses,” the caption read.

The video shows officers trying different tricks to coax the monkey as it jumped up and occupied them. It has already garnered over 86,000 views and 1700 likes on Twitter.

One of the users commented that Vrindavan town of UP has become a hotspot for these notorious monkeys who steal all kinds of items and they expect people to give them something to eat or drink. drink in exchange for these items.

Here is the video and reactions:

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Sarah C. Figueiredo