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Miss Peru took a picture with a monkey - and it ended in an awkward and scary way - voila! tourism

2022-11-30T07:28:08.302Z

The beauty queen stood next to a macaque monkey for a photo, but her strapless dress charmed him too much and what followed was a bit violent and revealing. Surfers mostly blamed her



The monkey that tried to strip the former Miss Peru (TikTok/@paulamanzz)

It's not really a visit to Bali without an encounter with a monkey, but the Peruvian model's incident shows just how dangerous these animals can be.

In the clip, a macaque monkey can be seen trying to take off the strapless dress of former Miss Peru, 28-year-old Paul Manzanel - and of course the clip went viral.



Manzanel was photographed next to the monkey on the Indonesian island of Ubud, when the monkey tried to pull the top of her dress.

When he failed to reveal her breast, the monkey became violent - scratching and hitting her before the video stopped.



"I just didn't want him to touch me," she wrote in the caption of the video uploaded to social networks.

Her 2.1 million Tiktok followers worried about her: "Thank God he didn't bite you," wrote one, and another added: "It can hurt your eye, you have to be careful with these little animals. They get scared and react like that. I hope you're okay."

A third added that: "I think his little fingernail got caught in the clothes, and he thought you were trying to tie him up and was afraid."

This is how it looks

@paulamanzz Yo solo queria que no me toque mis.. ??

#indonesia #bali #monkey #peruana ♬ Oh No (Instrumental) - Kreepa

Others tried to look at the funny side of the story: "I didn't want to laugh but it made me laugh," the positive side is that he didn't bite you," wrote another follower and another added: "He definitely knew what he was doing." A third concluded: "Thank you A little monkey in the name of all followers."



The Monkey Forest in Ubud, better known as the Hidden Monkey Forest, is home to more than 700 long-tailed macaques. Most of the monkeys are considered very friendly, but they sometimes bite or scratch if teased or shown food. , especially in front of mothers of small monkeys.

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Source: walla

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