Hungry monkey gobbles down food at Pavilion Park home, even uses tissues

Submitted by Stomper L

This story was submitted via Stomp App contribution.

"Monkey business" occurred in Stomper L's home in Pavilion Park yesterday (Jun 12) at around 11am.

In videos shared by L, a small monkey is seen helping itself to the food on the table before playing with some pieces of tissue.

The monkey then appears to wipe its mouth with a piece of tissue after it was done eating.

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L caught the monkey stealing food in his house and referred to the incident as a "monkey business".

He added that this was not the first time a monkey entered his home.

L said: "This was the third time, the other times the monkey opened containers and wrappers and ate my biscuits.

"This time, the monkey made a mess of my floor. It opened a container of fish food and threw wrappers everywhere.

"The monkey also turned ferocious when my son tried scaring it away with a wooden stick.

"It barred its teeth at my son and he ran away.

"The monkey then left by itself after a few minutes.

"I will be alerting Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) because I am concerned about the safety of my children as well as my neighbours with small children.

"I just want to warn the public to not provoke monkeys when you see it."

Just two days ago (Jun 12), a Stomper also wrote in to Stomp about how monkeys have been visiting her home in Keppel Bay on more than five occasions since May 23.