'Monster-sized' monitor lizard is a 'frequent visitor' at Thai man's home

One monitor lizards seems pretty intent on getting into a home in Thailand.

Attanai Thaiyuanwong posted a Facebook live video on June 13, showing a humongous one slapping its belly against his house's door.

According to Bangkok Coconuts, the Samutprakarn resident it is a frequent visitor at his home and he calls it "Selena".

In the clip, the man shouts: 

"F*** it's in our house. It’s f**king huge!"

“They say if you throw a coin at it, it will go away! It's like giving the lizard luck and fortune!" a woman helpfully suggests from off-camera.

"You should stand next to it, sister. You're the same size," the man continues.

Everyone screams when the giant lizard wagged its massive tail with a loud 'smack!'.

"It's cute!" the woman said.

"Cute? Has it ever tried to reach the mirror and look at itself or what?” the man said.

Then, another man appears in the video with a rope. He makes a hoop and tries to hook the lizard with it.

The monitor lizard is adorably called “Tua Ngern Tua Thong” (Animal of silver and gold) in Thai and the belief is that they bring fortune to anyone who sees them.