Image: Instagram/@zackrydz

Monkey selfies flood student’s phone that went missing

September 17th, 2020

Some monkey business went down when a phone went missing in Malaysia.

Zackrydz Rodzi, 20, believes a monkey stole his phone over the weekend after finding his camera roll filled with photos and videos of a primate, as seen in his tweet on Sunday, Sept. 13.

The computer science student based in Johor posted selfies he says were taken by the monkey. In one instance, it appears that the primate attempted to put the phone in its mouth.

Santai bos pic.twitter.com/NEyFvVWIho

— z (@Zackrydz) September 13, 2020

There are also photos of foliage, as seen in the student’s Instagram account.

“Facts: This shot was taken by a monkey,” he said of the post on Tuesday, Sept. 15.

He noticed his phone was gone from his bedroom last Saturday, Sept. 12, as per BBC on Tuesday.

Zackrydz recovered his phone on Sunday, Sept. 13, after his dad spotted a monkey outside the house. He called his phone and heard it ringing from the jungle near the garden. It was located on leaves beneath a palm tree.

He surmises that a monkey entered the house through his brother’s window and took the gadget. Niña V. Guno /ra

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