- Two monkeys have taken advantage of the coronavirus lockdown in Thailand by taking over a hotel
- The monkeys visited the hotel and went around the facility, found a pool and decided to relax in it
- One of the moneys could be seen diving into the pool and enjoying the feeling that comes with swimming
- The other monkey soon joined its friend as it realises how comforting the water could be
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It appears that monkeys also know how to enjoy their lives if the appropriate facilities to do so are provided for them.
Two monkeys in Thailand decided to take advantage of the coronavirus lockdown in the country and visited a hotel to relax with swimming.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the primates took advantage of the lack of tourists at a hotel located in Pattaya and had the facility to themselves.
According to the Gal Times, one of the workers of the institution captured the scene.
The coronavirus pandemic has caught the tourist business in Thailand, which has closed many hotels.
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In other news, while the world is battling with coronavirus and maintaining social distancing, a group of 14 elephants got drunk and fell asleep after drinking 30kg of corn wine in the Yunnan province of China.
According to Facebook page Epicalyptic, the elephants were looking for corn and other food when they came across the corn wine.
The elephants were later found sleeping at a nearby tea garden with sweet smiles on their faces.
Meanwhile, it was previously reported that a nurse was amazed by the kindness shown towards her while shopping for groceries.
The lady identified as Isobelle Ellen was given a special treat by a stranger who offered to pay for her shopping.
Taking to her Facebook page, excited Ellen shared details of what transpired during her trip for supplies.
The nurse, who hails from Pontefract, UK, thanked a young man who put a smile on her face in this dark time.
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