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Singaporeans react to “menacing monkey” or rather “menacing woman” video

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Many referred to the screams of the person taking the video, sharing that they found it more disturbing than the actual sight of the monkey. "The woman sound more scary than the monkey," one commented, while another wrote, "Ur voice is more menacing to us all..."

SINGAPORE: After a video of a “menacing monkey” visiting a resident was shared online, many responded to the clip. In a turn of events, however, netizens seemed more alarmed at something other than the monkey.

An online user took to Facebook on Sunday (Aug 6) to share a video of a monkey visiting a homeowner. The 16-second clip was shared with the Singapore Incidents¬†Facebook group, captioned, “Menacing monkey.”

The curious animal is perched on a balcony railing in the video. It walks along the railing, looking at the person taking the video, who screams repeatedly. It then is seen walking back.

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While many online users responded to the post, a handful didn’t find the monkey “menacing.” Instead, many referred to the screams of the person taking the video, sharing that they found it more disturbing than the actual sight of the monkey.

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

“I’m not afraid of monkeys but I am afraid of her screams,” said one.

“Her voice is more scary than the monkey,” commented another. “Anyway the monkey looks quite tame.”

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A third shared, “The woman sound more scary than the monkey,” and went so far as to say, “Bet the monkey walked away with PTSD after this incident.”

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Still, a fourth said, “Your voice is more menacing to us all.”

One suggested giving the monkey some food, adding, “You people who took away their sanctuary and now they can’t even find their own food.”

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Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

Image: FB screengrab / Singapore Incidents

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