Bizarre moment: A monkey is spotted “working” on the computer in the railway office after breaking in and imitating the staff

A MONKEY was caught breaking into a railway office and sitting down at a computer to do something.

In East India, the clever primate sits in the manager’s chair and tries to operate the computer by typing on the keyboard.

The langur monkey broke into the station's office and immediately went to work operating the computer and keyboard


The langur monkey broke into the station’s office and immediately went to work operating the computer and keyboardPhoto credit: CEN

The gray langur reportedly broke into the office and began mimicking the staff and copying what he had seen from people.

The animal apparently learned to type by observing station staff at the West Bengal railway station information office every day.

He stares intently at the old-fashioned computer screen and starts tapping the keys.

In front of him are several documents and a book that at some point begins to turn the pages due to the wind.


The perfect timing makes it seem like the monkey in the funny clip is casually looking through his notes.

The monkey is not impressed by the awe-struck looks of the people and continues his work.

Astonished and amused onlookers can be heard saying: “The clerk is doing his duty.”

Another person asks worriedly, “How will I remove the monkey?” What if there are slaps?

The clip, which has almost 800,000 likes Instagram has been shared thousands of times and found its way there Tick ​​tock And Xformerly known as Twitter as people are fascinated by the monkey and his thoughts that are going on.

One joked about how monkeys would take over beforehand AI while another joked about “species equality” and demanded that everyone be allowed to work, even if you are a little monkey.

Others also defended the little guy, with one clear fan saying: “Leave my guy alone, he’s just trying to pay taxes.”

Langurs are usually seen around people looking for unwanted food, but this one doesn’t seem hungry and instead wants to steal someone’s job.

Gray langurs, also called Hanuman langurs or Hanuman monkeys, are Old World monkeys native to the region Indian Subcontinent.

They are considered special animals in India because they are intelligent and agile, which is clearly visible here.

Earlier this year A monkey was filmed wielding a knife at Chester Zoo in a slightly less enchanting human act.

The scene straight out of the movie “Planet of the Apes” terrified the tourists.

Amazed onlookers filmed the monkey in the office


Amazed onlookers filmed the monkey in the officePhoto credit: CEN


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